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  • Andy Gallina is president of the family-owned Gallina Development Corporation, which specializes in commercial and real estate development and management in Monroe County. Among its developments: the Metropolitan, the former Chase bank building, which it has converted into commercial and residential use, and the Midcentury Modern office building 1 East Avenue adjacent to Parcel 5.
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  • Arnie Rothschild is the longtime CEO of the Rochester Broadway Theatre League, which stages touring productions of Broadway shows and other performances at the Auditorium Theatre on East Main Street. Rothschild is president of Normal Communications advertising company; his clients include numerous Republican political candidates.
  • The fate of Parcel 5
  • Arnie Rothschild is the longtime CEO of the...
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