With the changing of the calendar, Rochester Senator Joe Robach is looking forward to seeing what 2014 has in store for the City of Rochester.
Senator Robach was pleased to see many great events, news and ground breaking’s occur this past year. From President Obama visiting Rochester, to breaking ground for CollegeTown at the University of Rochester and the new Port of Rochester Marina in Charlotte, securing funds to bring improvements in High Falls and the surrounding area, cutting the ribbon on the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano Institute of Sustainability and many visits by Governor Andrew Cuomo, native son and friend Lieutenant Governor Bob Duffy, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, there was much to celebrate in 2013.
In 2014, Senator Robach is looking forward to continuing to work with his colleagues, old and new, including first term Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren. Over the course of the year, Senator Robach will being working to continue to ensure that Rochester and Monroe County receive the respect it deserves in State government as the third largest city in New York State and the 51st largest metro area in the United States. He will work with the Governor and his legislature colleagues work toward growing the Upstate and Rochester economy, including a $2 billion tax relief plan proposed by the Governor in his state of state. Some of these savings will exclusively help upstate and its hub of manufacturing in Monroe County. 2014 promises to be a year of continued success for Rochester and Monroe County!