Tag Archives: New York

Post office mural from Oxford, New York

UPDATE: The artist of the P.O. mural pictured below is Mordi Gassner. The title is “Family Reunion on Clark Island, Spring 1791.” Tempura, 1941. With the Post Office in a world of financial hurt, it’s no surprise that it is … Continue reading

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Oink oink, Rochester at the trough

The map shows Senator Keating Blvd, a bit of road south of the Tops Plaza on Clinton Ave. in Brighton. It tops the list that Chuck Simmons has posted of local pork projects. Price tag for this project: $3.6 million … Continue reading

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Let’s squish the Square

The economy is teetering. Our food & gas prices are climbing. And, lest we forget, we citizens of New York are the highest taxed in the country. So how do we want our politicians to spend our tax money? If … Continue reading

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Fluoride in Rochester, Part II

Jim Nugent, Water Quality Laboratory Manager at our Monroe County Water Authority, graciously answered the questions I emailed about our municipal fluoride policy. So allow me to share :-) First, the more factual bits. The county spends $88,000 on fluoridation … Continue reading

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Time to rethink fluoride

In case you haven’t checked lately, I’ve got the inside scoop, fellow Rochesterarians: Monroe County adds fluoride to our water. Here’s what they say on their website. It’s not much. Water provided by the MCWA contains about 1 ppm (part … Continue reading

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