Work has begun on the infrastructure needed to remove and relocate excess algae at Ontario Beach Park in Rochester. When the project is completed next month, officials expect to see additional open swimming days and improvement in the aesthetic appearance of the park, particularly in the swimming and pier areas. The project is being funded […]
Rochester Mayor Thomas S. Richards has submitted legislation to City Council that would accelerate major infrastructure and capital projects planned for future years, while taking advantage of historically low interest rates. The plan calls for the issuance of bonds totaling $29.2 million and using the funds over the next three years to accelerate necessary projects […]
The Seneca Buffalo Creek Development Advisory Board is still accepting grant applications for $1 million in projects designed to boost infrastructure, landscaping, lighting and signage around a downtown Buffalo casino. The deadline is Saturday. Grants, which must impact an area of the waterfront the board members defined, will be evaluated for geographic, design and collaborative […]
The application looks good, but the competition is tough. To help narrow the odds, U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer is instituting “a full-court press” to assist the city in scoring a $2 million grant for infrastructure work for the Midtown Rising redevelopment project.
The state is looking at private companies to help invest in infrastructure projects throughout the state. State Sen. Charles Fuschillo, R-Merrick, is planning on introducing legislation that will allow the state to partner with private businesses to facilitate and fund new capital projects ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Barack Obama is calling for a six-year, $53 billion spending plan for high-speed rail, as he seeks to use infrastructure spending to jumpstart job creation.
The City of Rochester will conduct a public meeting to discuss the Rochester Bicycle Master Plan project at 6 p.m., Dec. 13, in the Kate Gleason Auditorium at the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, 116 South Ave.
ALBANY — New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the state has spent $63 billion on transportation infrastructure projects over the past decade, yet more than 40 percent of its roads and bridges are considered substandard or obsolete.
ALBANY — New York Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch warned Thursday that the entire Northeast is threatened by rapidly deteriorating New York City bridges and that the state has "no credible strategy" to pay for already announced mega-projects.
A recently passed piece of legislation could place more emphasis on concepts such as revitalizing downtowns, protecting natural resources and promoting mixed use development and public transportation when it comes to state-sponsored infrastructure projects.
The City of Rochester is asking Downtown employees to participate in a survey on parking and traffic patterns.
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