Green Jobs Green New York (GJGNY) is a statewide program, that promotes energy efficiency, reduces energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, supports sustainable community development, and creates job opportunities through free/reduce cost energy audits and program incentives such as On-Bill Recovery!
PathStone Corporation is operating the Green Jobs – Green New York Outreach program in the Finger Lakes Region to provide outreach, education, financial assistance, technical assistance, and enrollment into New York State Energy and Research Development Authority energy programs.
The following outreach program goals are below:
1. Increase the number of residents, businesses, NFP owners, and multi-family building owners making energy efficiency improvements
2. Increase energy efficiency knowledge in Finger Lakes Region
3. Increase awareness of GJGNY audit and financing programs
4. Increase availability of programs to communities
5. Increase accessibility to GJGNY programs
Pathstone is currently helping home owners access free/reduced cost energy audits, identify energy loss areas, address health issues, and education of the programs. They are hosting a workshop at the Housing Council at 75 College Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607 on March 28 and April 25. See this flyer for more details.
This brochure describes a series of six seminars which are open to leaders and emerging leaders. For more information please contact:
Joyce M. Strazzabosco
Council of Agency Executives
P. O. Box 10547
Rochester NY 14610-0547
You can access City Council Member Loretta Scott’s March 2013 newsletter here.
From the Mayor’s office: Share your best ideas with us. Join Mayor Thomas S. Richards and City staff as we ask for your input on reducing a $28 million budget gap. See the flyer for discussion topics.
When: Wednesday, March 27: School #1
Where: School #1, 85 Hillside Drive
Time: 6 pm to 8 pm
The Rochester Police Department (RPD) is reporting an increase of street robberies in southeast neighborhoods. Specifically, many criminals are targeting personal electronic devices such as cell phones, iPods and iPads. Please see the Street Robbery Prevention Bulletin for more details
Friday Jazz at Immanuel Baptist Church is proud to announce that Pianist/Composer John Nyerges and Saxophonist Vince Ercolamento will lead off our 10th Spring season on Friday, March 15 a 7 p.m. at 815 Park Avenue in Rochester.
Two of our favorites, John and Vince will be joined by Danny Ziemann on bass and Chris Teal on drums. They will feature music from their CD, “Jazz, Pictures and Poems.”
Immanuel features a unique jazz venue at 815 Park Avenue, acoustically excellent and suited for all levels of jazz appreciation. Concerts encourage interaction between audience and performers with music uninterrupted by other activities.
The concert is sponsored with thanks by Jim and Deanna Tiefenthal in honor of Beth Myers.
Your donation at the door – $10 for adults, $5 for students and a $25 maximum for families – will support great jazz at the church, aid in the ongoing restoration of the National Historic Registered building at 815 Park Avenue and, if this is specially successful, supply funds for our occasional school jazz assemblies on Rochester City Schools.
Starting this Wednesday, March 13, vendors will return to Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County, 249 Highland Ave., from 3 to 6 p.m. It will run through mid-May, says vendor John Bolton, who will have some fresh hydroponic greens to sell.
Other vendors include Wohlschlegel’s Maple Farm, Nordich Farm Jams & Jellies, Tripleberry Farm, Heiden Valley Farm, Mooseberry Cafe & Soap Co., Fisher Hill Farm, Newberry Park Pastries, Pasta Classics/Flour City Pasta and Raymore Estate Cellars.
The market was halted shortly after the holidays due to difficulties in covering the rent but has come back because of consumer demand, says Bolton. “We will see how it goes. It was a very popular market,” Bolton says.
Click on the link in this post to access councilman (and ABC St. member) Matt Haag’s March 2013 Newsletter.