Thomas J. Morrisey 
Member since Jul 31, 2013

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Tom Morrisey lives in the City of Rochester, New York on the border of the Park Avenue and Pearl-Meigs-Monroe neighborhoods. He works for the Democratic Caucus of the Monroe County Legislature as an analyst and is a former member of State Senator Ted O’Brien’s staff and current member of the executive board of Monroe County Young Democrats. He has worked on a number of political campaigns, most prominently Senator O’Brien’s and the 2012 re-election efforts of State Senator Tim Kennedy of Buffalo. Tom’s passions include political campaigns, government and international relations. He spent six months travelling abroad after completing his master’s coursework, spending time with college friends in Pakistan, India and Israel. He also taught undergraduate courses at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and has significant professional background in I.T. and software development, working for a small manufacturer in Orchard Park, N.Y. He was born in Hamburg, New York, just south of Buffalo, and graduated from Orchard Park schools. He has a B.A. in Journalism from Michigan State University and has completed the coursework for his master’s degree from Ohio University. He has a sister attending nursing school at Trocaire College and two parents on the cusp of retirement.

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Re: “Getting Off Campus

Bravo for trying to get college students off of campus and involved with the wider community!

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Posted by Thomas J. Morrisey on 08/24/2015 at 11:07 AM

Re: “Rodeo watch

I love the Food Truck Rodeo most of all the events in Rochester because of its simplicity and lack of pretension. "Here is a lot of delicious food and beer. Please, consume these items."

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Posted by Thomas J. Morrisey on 06/24/2015 at 11:48 AM

Re: “Filling the loop

Dear Mr. Brown,

I and my 209,999 fellow city residents are surprised to hear that "as soon as the work day is over or the event ends the population in the city returns to close to zero."

Sincerely,
Tom Morrisey
Former suburbanite, city resident since Jan. 2013

12 likes, 8 dislikes
Posted by Thomas J. Morrisey on 05/28/2015 at 2:41 PM

Re: “Perinton’s crowd-sourced wrecking crew

Let us all bow our heads for a moment of silence for the most cryptic piece of graffiti in the Rochester region, which once adorned this building:

"In 1999, the Euro was created..."

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Posted by Thomas J. Morrisey on 11/12/2013 at 10:56 AM

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