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Dinolfo Closes Budget Week With A Bang: Unveils A Better, Lower-Tax Budget For 2019

Closing out Monroe County’s first-ever Budget Week, Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo presented her full Proposed 2019 Budget on Better Budgets Day. Her third since taking office as County Executive, Dinolfo’s 2019 Budget delivers the first County property tax rate cut in a decade, holds spending below inflation, reduces the County’s state mandate driven structural deficit, and does it all while fully-funding County investments in programs and initiatives to grow more jobs and support stronger families in the coming year.

Dinolfo to Partner with Chloe Capital to Support Women Entrepreneurs

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Imagine Monroe and The Entrepreneurs Network (TEN) are partnering with venture firm Chloe Capital to attract women-led tech firms to the Rochester region. The initiative kicks-off Tuesday, December 4, 2018 with the Rochester Women Investors Forum.

More Jobs Day: Dinolfo Previews Investments In Economic, Workforce Development For 2019

To kick-off Monroe County’s first-ever Budget Week, Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo presented highlights of Monroe County’s 2019 investments in economic and workforce development during More Jobs Day. The event was hosted at the future headquarters of Innovative Solutions, Inc., a company whose expansion to the Riverwood Tech Campus in Henrietta is being aided by Monroe County economic development programming.

Dinolfo Announces First Ever Budget Week; Will Highlight 2019 Budget In Three Presentations

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced she will host Monroe County’s first-ever “Budget Week” as she previews and then presents the Proposed County Budget for 2019. Her third since taking office, Dinolfo’s 2019 Budget will be shared with community stakeholders, strategic partners, and the public in three separate presentations over the span of three days.

Dinolfo: Leave Those Fall Leaves at the Curb, Not in the Landfill

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo encouraged residents to dispose of their yard waste properly, either through at-home composting or leaving the waste at the curb for their town or village to collect. Yard waste should not be sent to the landfill with other garbage.

Dinolfo, Clark Announce Return of Rochester Construction Career Day

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo and Rochester Construction Career Day Chair Craig Clark announced the 2018 return of Rochester Construction Career Day, to be held on Thursday, October 25, at the Monroe County Fleet Center, 145 Paul Road. The 20th Annual event will be held 9:00 a.m. until Noon.

Dinolfo: Jetblue Airways Announces New Non-Stop Service To Boston (Bos)

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that JetBlue Airways will begin daily, non-stop service from the Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), beginning in January 2019.

Dinolfo Cuts the Ribbon on New 'Taste of Rochester' Eatery at ROC Airport

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and announced the grand opening of the new locally owned and operated food concession Taste of Rochester at the Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC). This new concession serves passengers an array of options known best for their Rochester roots and is the latest improvement completed as part of the ongoing ROC Renovation project.

Dinolfo Cuts The Ribbon On New Animals Of The Savanna Expansion At Zoo

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo cut the ribbon on the new five-acre Animals of the Savanna expansion at the Seneca Park Zoo. The brand new Animals of the Savanna Exhibit now features Masai giraffes, zebras, ostriches, the Zoo’s southern white rhino, and over a dozen other species.

Dinolfo Announces Completion of Cost-Saving Green Projects, Launches Sustainability Team

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced the completion of several major sustainability initiatives that will generate over $1 million in annual energy savings for County government. These initiatives, which include 13 megawatts (MW) of county-owned solar arrays, LED lighting, energy efficient windows and advanced climate control systems, will cut costs for local taxpayers while better protecting Monroe County’s vital natural resources.

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