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Justice rules in favor of Monroe Voiture developer

A plan to renovate the Monroe Voiture building at 933 University Ave. can proceed after state Supreme Court Justice Thomas Stander ruled May 7 on four Article 78 proceedings brought by the George Eastman House. Morgan Management will be renovating ...

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Owens seeks Surrogate’s Court judgeship

State Supreme Court Justice John M. Owens is looking to get back where he started. Justice Owens, who has served on the state bench for nine years, is running for Monroe County Surrogate’s Court judge in November. Judge Edmund A. ...

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Red-light camera decision due in Nov.

Is the red-light camera program a good-faith effort to improve public safety by reducing accidents and injuries at Rochester intersections, as the city contends? Or does the law intrude on the rights of vehicle owners and merely serve as an ...

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Back to work for state Supreme Court justice

With several cases before her and a political campaign behind her, acting state Supreme Court Justice Gail Donofrio said she is thrilled and “tickled pink” to have won election to a full 14-year term on the bench. “It hasn’t sunk ...

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Court strikes down local drilling moratorium

ALBANY — A state judge invalidated Binghamton’s two-year moratorium on natural gas drilling, marking the first time a local law that would ban or delay hydraulic fracturing in New York has been struck down.   State Supreme Court Justice Ferris ...

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State Supreme Court to weigh in on DA’s race

The topsy-turvy Republican primary race for Livingston County district attorney may be cleared up later this week, nearly two weeks after GOP voters tried to choose a candidate to run against DA Gregory J. McCaffrey. A hearing on several disputed ...

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