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Hearing aid board meets

The state Department of State will conduct a public hearing at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in three locations around the state regarding the dispensing of hearing aids. A Western New York meeting will be in conference room 208 at 65 Court ...

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Hearing scheduled on city harbor management plan

The city Department of Environmental Services will host a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. March 31, on the Harbor Management Plan. The hearing will be held in the Port Terminal Building Waterside Room, 1000 N. River St. The city of ...

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No speakers at county charter hearing

No one spoke at a public hearing Feb. 19 on a series of potential changes to the Monroe County charter. Legislators may soon take up the proposed changes, which include potentially eliminating the Civil Service Commission and creating a personnel ...

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Hearing on Inner Loop project set

A design public information meeting and public hearing on the Inner Loop East fill-in project are scheduled for tonight. The informational meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m.; the hearing is slated for 7:30 p.m. Both will be held at the ...

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New commission to hold 1st hearing

ALBANY — As New York’s latest anti-corruption panel prepares for its first public hearing, a good-government advocate is urging an investigation into what’s been criticized as a loophole in state law that allows huge corporate donations to politicians. Bill Samuels, ...

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Comments sought on Brighton project

After years in the planning stages, the Winfield Park housing and commercial project proposed in Brighton received another public airing. A public hearing was held Wednesday on the draft environmental impact statement for the ambitious proposal, but there are more ...

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Pittsford reviews housing plan

The owner of 18 acres of property in an upscale neighborhood in Pittsford said he is thinking of the future of his family in proposing to build a 20-lot subdivision on his land. Many neighbors, however, remain opposed to the ...

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Defenders ask for more state money

State authorization is sought to spend an additional $6 million to help relieve the caseloads of upstate defenders of the poor. William J. Leahy, executive director of the Office of Indigent Legal Services on Monday testified before a joint legislative ...

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Pay now or pay later

If people go without legal representation at basic civil proceedings, it will cost society down the road. That was the recurring theme Wednesday at a public hearing addressing the unmet civil legal services needs of low-income New Yorkers, conducted in Rochester by state Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman.

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