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Stronger Families Day: Dinolfo Previews 2020 Investments in Services for Children, Families

Continuing Monroe County’s second-annual Budget Week, County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo today presented highlights of Monroe County’s 2020 investments in services for local children and families during Stronger Families Day. The event was hosted at Caring and Sharing Childcare on Webster Avenue in the City of Rochester, a daycare provider that works with Monroe County to ensure access to affordable, quality childcare.

More Jobs Day: Dinolfo Previews Investments in Economic, Workforce Development for 2020

To kick-off Monroe County’s second-annual Budget Week, Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo presented highlights of Monroe County’s 2020 investments in economic and workforce development during More Jobs Day. The event was hosted at Jobs on Main, the County’s new economic development headquarters at 50 W. Main Street in Rochester.

Dinolfo Launches Business Boost Workshop Series

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced the launch of the Business Boost Workshop series, a seminar series geared towards facilitating business growth for employers of all sizes. The seminars will be hosted at Monroe County’s new Jobs on Main space located on the first floor of the City Place Office Building.

Dinolfo Launches Business Boost Workshop Series

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced the launch of the Business Boost Workshop series, a seminar series geared towards facilitating business growth for employers of all sizes. The seminars will be hosted at Monroe County’s new Jobs on Main space located on the first floor of the City Place Office Building.

Dinolfo Breaks Ground on Highway Lighting Rehab Project

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo broke ground on the highly-anticipated multi-year $24 million highway lighting rehabilitation project, which will transform the highway lighting infrastructure throughout Monroe County. The project will replace the current network of highway lighting with highly-resilient, consistent, uniform, and energy efficient lighting infrastructure that reduces annual energy costs and will reduce the potential for lighting outages.

Dinolfo Launches MatchUP Monroe – A New, Immersive Internship Program for Local Students

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo was joined by local business leaders, college and university representatives, and local stakeholders to launch MatchUP Monroe, a new County initiative aimed at retaining local college students after graduation. This first-of-its-kind immersive internship initiative, which has been in development since early 2019, will offer paid positions, free transportation and housing, and even local cultural experiences to show off all that Monroe County has to offer. Students and employers who are interested in participating in the program can learn more at MatchUPMonroe.org.

Dinolfo: Monroe County's ‘Fiscal Stress’ Score Upgraded By State Comptroller

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Monroe County has been informed by the Office of the New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli that the County’s “Fiscal Stress” designation was upgraded to “Moderate” from “Significant” for fiscal year 2018. Under the Comptroller’s “Fiscal Stress Monitoring System”, Monroe County’s “Fiscal Stress Score” has improved every year since Dinolfo took office in January of 2016.

Dinolfo Kicks-Off 16th Annual “Coats For Seniors” Program

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo was joined by Monroe County Legislator Kara Halstead as well as representatives from Medical Motors, Greater Rochester Area Partnership for the Elderly, the Department of Human Services, and Colony Dry Cleaners to kick-off the sixteenth annual “Coats for Seniors” program. The initiative, sponsored by the Monroe County Office for the Aging and Medical Motors, will once again collect and distribute donated winter coats to seniors in need throughout Monroe County. The program runs from September 24th, 2019 through December 17th, 2019.

Dinolfo: Sign our Petition to Tell Albany to Fix the Enhanced STAR ‘Debacle’

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo today launched a petition calling on New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the leaders of the New York State Legislature to fix recent changes to New York State’s Enhanced STAR program. Dinolfo is being joined in the effort by New York State Senators Joe Robach and Rich Funke, who will host the petition at their District Offices and have continued to advocate against these misguided changes to Enhanced STAR. Dinolfo’s petition can be signed online or in person at the County Office Building, at Robach’s District Office, and Funke’s District Office.

Registration is Open for the 2nd Class of the New BOCES CDL Training Program

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo and representatives from Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Center for Workforce Development (CWD) announced that registration is open for the second Commercial Driver Licensing (CDL) Training Program funded by Monroe County. The class will begin in October and scholarships are available to interested participants. Graduates will fill vital driving job openings that serve aging members of the Monroe County community.

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