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City of Rochester to host traffic control and preservation board meetings

Rochester, New York –┬áThe City of Rochester has announced two important public meetings scheduled for January 3, 2023, as part of its ongoing efforts to engage with the community and implement the ‘Rochester 2034’ plan.

The first meeting is of the Traffic Control Board, set to take place at 9:15 a.m. in City Hall, specifically in Room 300-B, located at 30 Church St. For those unable to attend in person, the city has made provisions for participation via Zoom, ensuring broader accessibility.

Later the same day, the Rochester Preservation Board will hold its meeting, beginning at 6 p.m. This meeting will be in the City Council Chambers, Room 302-A, also at 30 Church St. These sessions are part of the city’s commitment to fostering safe, fair, and prosperous living conditions for its residents.

Individuals seeking more information about the Traffic Control Board meeting can visit the city’s official website or contact the provided phone number at (585) 428-6695. Similarly, details regarding the Rochester Preservation Board meeting are available on the city’s website.

Under the leadership of Mayor Malik D. Evans, the administration is dedicated to realizing the goals of the ‘Rochester 2034’ plan. This vision includes a focus on providing excellent customer service, maintaining open management, and fostering teamwork. These meetings are a vital component of this vision, allowing for public engagement and transparent governance.

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