We now have a new little library in our neighborhood on the corner of Calumet and Harvard Street. Thanks to John Perelli for his construction talents, Tom Pastecki for his talents in preparing the site and those that donated construction materials. Now let’s make good use of this wonderful neighborhood resource. For more information please take a look at this document: Little Library Arrives in ABC Streets Neighborhood
Crime Prevention Officer Brian Bannerman asked community leaders to pass along a bulletin about ESCO’s (Energy Service Companies) who offer alternative services in competition with RG&E. Officer Bannerman also wanted to share a bulletin about scam artists. Click on the links below to access the bulletins.
Get Involved ♦ Fight Cancer ♦ Pet-Friendly
Cancer doesn’t discriminate against pets!
Ways to Get Involved with Bark For Life
Volunteers and Participants are needed to make this year’s Bark For Life in Rochester the BIGGEST one yet!
♦ Join the Planning Committee
Help the event Planning Committee with a variety of tasks ranging from Logistics and Sponsorships to Marketing and Entertainment!
♦ Volunteer the Day of the Event
Sign up to help with day of event tasks, including registration, activities, and event setup/cleanup!
♦ Start or Join a Team
Start or join a team with your pet, raise money, and come out and walk to support the fight against cancer!
Go to www.RelayForLife.org/BarkRochesterNY for more information. You can also access the event flier here.
From Crime Prevention Officer Brian Bannerman:
The link below provides valuable instructions on how to receive important information through our Hyperlink system on your cell phone.
The link below provides valuable information on how to avoid becoming a victim when buying or selling on Craigslist.
The local environmental advocacy group “Color Brighton Green” has invited Corn Hill and other neighborhoods in our community to join with them in their “Curb your Car Week” initiative, May 12 – 18. This program encourages the use of cheaper, healthier, and more earth-friendly transportation alternatives. During one week in spring and one week in fall, participants who would normally use an automobile for daily transportation switch to walking, biking, car pooling, or riding the bus as alternatives. Last fall, 57 participants reported saving over 6000 miles of automobile travel: more than 250 gallons of gasoline saved, and 2 1/2 tons less CO2 in the atmosphere. Go green along with your Corn Hill neighbors and curb your car for one week! Register at http://www.colorbrightongreen.org/site/index.php?page=curb-your-car-week.
Spider-mania will descend upon downtown Rochester, and specifically Main Street, when a 300-person production crew arrives on April 30 to film “action sequences” for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie. Filming will require stretches of Main Street to be closed each day during the 10-day span [April 30-May 9]. Portions of the road will be closed daily, between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Side roads will be closed to traffic intermittently. Some areas will also become off-limits to pedestrians.
Click on the link in this post to access councilman (and ABC St. member) Matt Haag’s April 2013 Newsletter.