Any chance you'd be interested in interviewing past and current residents at MCH to get THEIR take on how awesome it was and is?
FYI...there will be people at the County Leg meeting speaking out about the Monroe Community Hospital. Anyone else who would like to speak needs to call 753-1950 to sign up. The meeting starts at 6pm.
This is going to be an awesome campaign season. Cover it all, City! Cover it all.
Has anyone noticed that all of the measures taken by the city involve screwing workers? There's no talk about taxing huge projects fairly or maybe to stop giving away so much in tax breaks and low-interest loans to out of town developers. Why isn't anyone calling the Mayor and City Council on this?
How are you "torn"? You see good in this?
Tim, I don't think folks in the 19th Ward would agree with Superintendent Vargas' assessment of the situation.
There is no vision for Rochester. Residents are seen as revenue-makers (red-light cameras, parking fees, etc) while out-of-town developers and big projects are seen as our "saviors". There needs to be focus on locally and cooperatively-owned businesses throughout the city, not just in gentrified areas. There needs to be a change in direction and that opportunity is coming.
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