City of Rochester Search Result Rss https://www.cityofrochester.gov/searchrss.aspx?query=&order=date&orderdirection=descending&mindatecreated=1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM&maxdatecreated=9/29/2031 9:33:23 AM&datesearchfield=Publish_Date&categories=118 News Release - Public Meeting for Sept. 29, 2016 https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969898 <strong>(Wednesday, September 28, 2016) - </strong>The following public meeting is scheduled for September 29, 2016. City of Rochester 9/28/2016 City of Rochester News Release - First Phase of City Public Market Renovation Complete; Indoor Shed Vendors to Relocate Oct.1 https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969896 The first phase of the $8 million City of Rochester Public Market Improvement Project will be complete this week as current indoor “B” Shed vendors will be moved for a short-term stay in the newly constructed, temporarily enclosed, “D” Shed. Market shoppers should look for indoor shed vendors in their new location beginning Saturday, Oct. 1. City of Rochester 9/27/2016 News Release - City Releases Videos Related to Hollenbeck Street Incident https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969893 <strong>(Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016) – </strong>The City of Rochester today released a series of videos related to last week’s arrest on Hollenbeck Street. City of Rochester 9/27/2016 News Release - Mayor Announces ‘90-Days of Community Engagement’ https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969892 <strong style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;>(Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016) -- </strong><span style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;>Mayor Lovely A. Warren, Council President Loretta Scott, Councilman Adam McFadden and Chief Michael Ciminelli today announced renewed efforts to give the broad Rochester Community a voice in ongoing efforts to improve the relationship between the Rochester Police Department and the public they serve. Additionally, rank and file officers will also be engaged to give their feedback and ideas toward the same goal. Councilman McFadden outlined a process for City Council to strengthen the current Civilian Review Board which gives oversight to the Police Department. </span> City of Rochester 9/27/2016 News Release - Public meeting for Oct. 5, 2016 https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969884 <strong>(Monday, September 26, 2016) -</strong> The following public meeting is scheduled for October 5, 2016. City of Rochester 9/26/2016 Motorist Advisory- GEVA Ribbon Cutting to Close Street https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969860 Downtown traffic will be affected as a result of a Ribbon Cutting ceremony at Geva Theatre on Friday, Sept. 23. Traffic on Woodbury Boulevard will be effected. City of Rochester 9/21/2016 New Release- Get Your Dog Licensed and Receive A Gift https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969859 <strong>(Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016) –</strong> Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced today that Rochester Animal Services (RAS) has launched a campaign in partnership with Pet Saver Healthy Pet Superstore and the Verona Street Animal Society (VSAS) to encourage city residents to license their dogs.. City of Rochester 9/21/2016 News Release - Public Meeting for Sept. 28, 2016 https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969850 <strong>(Tuesday, September 20, 2016) -</strong> The following public meeting is scheduled for September 28, 2016. City of Rochester 9/20/2016 City of Rochester News Release -Mayor Warren Embraces Rochester’s Deaf Community https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969845 <strong>(Monday, Sept. 19 , 2016) – </strong>Mayor Lovely Warren was joined by City Councilmember Elaine Spaull to proclaim “International Deaf Awareness Week in Rochester” and announce the City’s ongoing initiatives to make City Hall more deaf friendly, including a new web page that communicates City resources and information about accessing City government for the deaf community at www.cityofrochester.gov/deafresources. City of Rochester 9/19/2016 News Release - Mayor Warren Announces Inner Loop Project Recommendations https://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589969848 <strong>(Friday, Sept. 16, 2016) —</strong> Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren today announced the selection of four projects that will be recommended to redevelop parcels along the former site of the Inner Loop highway in Downtown. The Projects recommended are from <a title=&quot;Inner Loop East Renderings - Home Leasing&quot; href=&quot;/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&amp;amp;ItemID=8589969832&amp;amp;libID=8589969814&quot;>Home Leasing</a>, the <a title=&quot;Inner Loop East Rendrings -Strong 4 and 5&quot; href=&quot;/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&amp;amp;ItemID=8589969830&amp;amp;libID=8589969812&quot;>Strong Museum </a>and <a title=&quot;Inner Loop Renderings - Christa Morgan&quot; href=&quot;/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&amp;amp;ItemID=8589969831&amp;amp;libID=8589969813&quot;>Morgan Development in partnership with Christa Construction</a>. A fifth site will be maintained as a temporary urban green space until the other projects are developed, at which time it will be reviewed for possible development. City of Rochester 9/21/2016