There were actually three planning firms that worked on the plan: SRF and Associates, Ingalls Planning & Design, and Steinmetz Planning Group.
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A cycle track is different from a bike path, but the distinction is subtle. Bear with me while I try to explain. Bike paths are completely detached from streets, but cycle tracks actually tie in to intersections. They're a bit like parallel, bike-only streets.
If you go to the second section of this article, it explains a little bit about what a cycle track is: http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/roch…
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Thanks for bringing the error to our attention. We've corrected the article.
I suspect you're being hyperbolic, but none of the candidates live with Assembly member Morelle, and of the candidates, only one is currently a Morelle staffer.
Thanks for your comments. I fixed the post so it includes the correct info for the proposed raise.
That's sort of correct, but applies only to gubernatorial elections. So in the next gubernatorial election, which is in 2014, the Independence Party needs to receive at least 50,000 votes on its line, for its candidate, in order to keep its official recognition by the state. And the same can be said for any New York political party.
In other words, the number of votes the Independence Party receives in the mayoral election won't determine whether it stays on the ballot.
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