Mary D'alessandro 
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Re: “In Grove Place and PLEX neighborhoods, hopes and fears of development

I'd like to comment on Dorothy Hall's comment that restaurants and bars cater to the students. These businesses that are opening up cater to everyone. Students are a part of the neighborhood and anyone is welcome. As a matter of fact many, many neighbors do come into the businesses. Please explain how these businesses cater to a certain group of people.

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Posted by Mary D'alessandro on 07/13/2017 at 12:00 PM

Re: “City went too far regulating alcohol sales

Where's the class action law suit for all the revenue stores lost because of the illegal law the city enforced. Come on people, you lost alot of money. The city made you close when earlier than you had to, the city denied you permits that they did not have the right to deny. They are bullies and they won't stop until you stand up to them.

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Posted by Mary D'alessandro on 01/06/2016 at 6:09 PM

Re: “City went too far regulating alcohol sales

Just so everyone knows the city had to change the law concerning alcohol and they did so. They are still acting illegally with cigarette and lottery sales . These New York State licenses also superced little old Rochester law. Again, from the mouth of city council president Louis Giess, " sue us if you don't like it." We will! If anyone is denied a permit to sell cigarettes or lottery tickets, contact THE New York State Coalition of Property Owners & Businesses.

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Posted by Mary D'alessandro on 01/06/2016 at 6:03 PM

Re: “City went too far regulating alcohol sales

Unfortunately, the city will do what it wants even if it is illegal, it targets those that do not have the ability to fight back. Everyday the city takes away your rights that our veterans have died for. They know it is illegal, they don't care and from the mouth of city council president Louis Giess, " sue us if you don't like it." There's an old saying, " you can't fight city hall". It's a lie, We did, and won! Tenants can say no to letting the city rummage through their apartments. The city ended up buying the Nelsons the house that they rented because the city tried to have them arrested for denying entry into their apartment. Stand up for your rights people, it is easier to keep our rights than it is to get our rights back. The sad part, there are attorneys on city council and they vote yes to this illegal crap.

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Posted by Mary D'alessandro on 01/06/2016 at 5:54 PM

Re: “Primary warfare

I'm a republican and I will vote for Lisa Jacques. She has a very clear understanding of what Rochester needs. Yes Elaine Spaull who happens to be an attorney voted for unconstitiutional laws knowingly. City Council was told over and over that these laws were unconstitutional before voting on them. Elaine Spaul is an attorney. She should have know better. There was a letter submitted to City News with factual informational
concerning Councils knowledge of these unconstitutional laws but City Newspaper did not publish it. Elaine Spaul also was on city council illegally under the Hatch Act until President Obama made the change in 2012. Lets tell it like it is. Lisa Jacques will do a much better job for our city. Elaine's Spauls last name is Galina. They just bought the chase tower. Elaine always votes yes on corporate welfare. I'm sure her family will benifit from this same corporate welfare.

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Posted by Mary D'alessandro on 09/02/2015 at 8:39 PM

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