Skip navigation.

The 2018 State of the County Address as Prepared for Delivery by Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo

The 2018 State of the County Address as Prepared for Delivery by Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo
May 31, 2018 at 7:05 PM – Frontier Field, Downtown Rochester

Dinolfo Cuts the Ribbon on New Cold Asia Exhibit at Seneca Park Zoo

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo was joined by members of the Monroe County Parks Department, Seneca Park Zoo officials, and members of the public to cut the ribbon on the new Cold Asia Exhibit at the Seneca Park Zoo. The new Cold Asia Exhibit features the arrival of the zoo’s newest members, two Red Pandas, named Blaze and Starlight. It also features a new home for the existing Snow Leopards, Kaba and Tamila.

Dinolfo Welcomes Newly Designed and Relocated Hudson Store to ROC

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo and representatives from Hudson Group announced the official opening of the newly designed Hudson store at the Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC). The new spacious, open air store is conveniently located in the center of the food court post-security and across from the Central Passenger Security Checkpoint, also currently in redesign.

Dinolfo, Robach Announce Funding to Build Warriors of Freedom Memorial in Highland Park

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo and New York State Senator Joe Robach joined the Warriors of Freedom Memorial Committee, local elected officials and representatives from the veterans community to announce that the committee met its fundraising goal. This milestone will soon bring the Warriors of Freedom Memorial to fruition in Monroe County’s Highland Park. The project is set to break ground in 2019.

Dinolfo Announces Job-Creating Projects Approved By Imagine Monroe

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Imagine Monroe approved assistance for several local economic development projects. These projects are anticipated to retain 143 jobs and create 535.5 full-time jobs in Monroe County.

Dinolfo Announces ROC Airport Receives Honorable Mention for Coveted Award

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that the Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) was honored in Buffalo at the 52nd Northeast Chapter (NEC) of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) International Aviation Snow Symposium. ROC received an Honorable Mention for small commercial airports for the Balchen/Post Award in recognition of the airport’s outstanding performance in snow and ice control.

Dinolfo Cuts Ribbon on New Lilac Adventure Zone in Highland Park

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo was joined by members of the Monroe County Parks Department, Cornell Cooperative Extension, the Parks Advisory Committee, and Barton & Loguidice to cut the ribbon on the new Lilac Adventure Zone located in Highland Park. The new Lilac Adventure Zone features an ADA accessible lilac grove, new green parking lot improvements, casual-use picnic shelters, and the region’s largest nature play area.

Dinolfo Cuts Ribbon On New Lilac Adventure Zone in Highland Park

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo today was joined by members of the Monroe County Parks Department, Cornell Cooperative Extension, the Parks Advisory Committee, and Barton & Loguidice to cut the ribbon on the new Lilac Adventure Zone located in Highland Park. The new Lilac Adventure Zone features an ADA accessible lilac grove, new green parking lot improvements, casual-use picnic shelters, and the region’s largest nature play area.

Dinolfo Announces East Side Regional Recycling Collection

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that the County’s Department of Environmental Services (DES) is hosting a joint household hazardous waste (HHW), electronic waste and document shredding event in conjunction with the towns of Perinton and Pittsford and the villages of East Rochester, Fairport and Pittsford.

Residents can visit the Ecopark for free compost

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo encouraged residents to pick up free leaf compost at the Ecopark during its normal operating hours. Approximately 20,000 yards of leaves are collected from City residents and the Monroe County Parks system annually, and are available as compost free for County residents (no businesses or professional landscapers).

previous page Page
...
9  10  11  12  13 14  15  16  17 
...
next page