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Dinolfo To Host American Red Cross Blood Drive On Wednesday, December 12th

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo will be sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, December 12th in the County Office Building Atrium, located at 39 West Main Street in Downtown Rochester. The drive will run from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Dinolfo Lights County Christmas Tree And Kicks-Off Holiday Concert Series

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo led the annual Christmas tree lighting
ceremony in the Atrium of the County Office Building to kick-off the 2016 Holiday Concert

Dinolfo Announces Holiday Show Opening At Highland Park's Lamberton Conservatory

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that the 2018 Holiday Botanical Show at Monroe County’s Lamberton Conservatory will open to the public on Saturday, December 1st and run through January 6, 2019. Now in its 107th year, this eye-catching and aromatic horticultural exhibit is a popular annual tradition at Highland Park.

On 'America Recycles Day', Dinolfo Announces New Public Recycling Signage

Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced the release of new recycling signage that is now available for use by local schools, businesses, non-profit institutions, municipalities, and other organizations. The new signage, which is being provided free of charge, will help local organizations enhance their internal recycling operations, preserve natural resources, and protect the environment.

Dinolfo Teams Up with UNICON to Present National Apprenticeship Week

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Monroe County will be teaming up with UNiCON Rochester to present National Apprenticeship Week from Monday, November 12th, through Friday, November 16th. National Apprenticeship Week is a nationwide workforce development initiative that promotes the construction trades as a career choice for local job-seekers.

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.

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