Monday, April 14, 2014

Reilich Plans 4th of July Celebration


The old fashioned Fourth of the July celebration will feature  food, games and fireworks. There will be a 5K race in the morning and live music from the band, Orleans.

 

 
SCATS ~~ Have we given up on the "church volunteers" for good, now?
 

17 comments:

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

Do you think represents a change in the Greece Republican party's relation to the mega churches?

SCATS said...

To 10:10AM ~~ YES!! I considered posting "Chamber Affiliations" as "in" with "Church Affiliations" as "out."

SCATS said...

The comment posted at 6:05AM has been edited to remove an offensive word, and reposted below.

Anonymous said...
Couldn't help but notice the political xxxxx Robach getting in an animated photo opp in the back ground what a clown?

4/15/2014 6:05 AM

Anonymous said...

And the business owners backing this celebration will not have to face the tougher rental property enforcement codes. Correct? That's how it works in the corrupt town of Greece.

SCATS said...

To 12:16PM ~~ I find it almost amusing that code enforcement is the "new" buzzword and the target is the Dewey corridor ... again! Am I the only person who recalls that Baxter was going to have his cops doing code enforcement in the Dewey Ave. neighborhoods after he took over? Whatever happened to that??

Anonymous said...

Yes I recall that, It was meant to consolidate code enforcement under his control as was done a few years earlier when animal control was placed under his control.
This was done on the recommendation of the former animal control officer who was given the job of Chief Code Enforcement officer in the newly established department.
This guy stuck it to his long time assistant animal control officer who was denied the position and reported to Baxter. I think Baxter wanted to do the same thing with code enforcement but that meant the same thing happening to the chief code officer and to save his job, that cost saving proposal by Baxter was never implemented and still remains a huge waste of money considering the number of employees that staff this useless department.

SCATS said...

To 2:31PM ~~ Animal control in this town is yet another joke on the taxpayers. If you have a problem outside their 9-5, M-F hours, you have to call 911 with your "emergency." That's one way to keep the complaints minimal, IMHO since I know lots of folks who are hesitant to call 911 for barking dogs on a weekend.

Code enforcement aimed at the "absent landlords" will be yet another joke on us, the taxpayers. The truth is that the TOWN of GREECE IS A TERRIBLE LANDLORD. Look at the properties where Uno/Zebb's and others on leased land used to have businesses. Once the building becomes vacant, the Town conveniently forgets to mow the lawn, trim the shrubs, wack the weeds, erase the graffiti or whatever else transpires on the property. If they can't keep their own properties up to par, then I'm sure they can't rise to the task of being watchdog over the others.

Anonymous said...

Orleans, huh? I wonder if Ryelick will cut his mic if lead singer (and super-lefty) John Hall happens to exercise his First Amendment rights during the show?

Anonymous said...

Code Enforcment seems to have trouble finding the place owned by a fellow in Henrietta who does as he damn well pleases.
Installed bathroom - no permit
No vent on the toilet either
Now he has a new tenant - again no permit.
Remodeling the store- no permit.
Must be an invisible building.

SCATS said...

To 1:35AM ~~ Greece's Code Enforcers seem to have trouble finding their way out of their offices to do their jobs.

Anonymous said...

Prior to Auburger's fall from Grace, Geo. Grace of the Mega Church paid the tab. Prior to that, Wegmans paid the bill until the Boily Board approved the Tops store on Mt Read, Bob Wegman pulled the plug after that enraged him because inspite of his intense lobbying and financing the the neighborhood group in that area, Tops was approved. He repeated that with the Northgate Group financing their legal challenges regarding Walmart. His loosing response , close Britton Rd,

SCATS said...

To 2:43PM ~~ Wegmans ALWAYS pulls out of neighborhoods before they totally crumble ... just like the Northgate area.

BTW, the Town was "donating" annual funding to the fireworks in the park, something that was apparently illegal to do ... thus we aren't any longer.

Anonymous said...

Scats is right. Look at the city. Wegmans left midtown and the store on Driving Park that is now the Price Right. They do not remain when they predict the "crumble' to put it nicely. And they seem to be right about the areas they flee.
They are still at the East Ave store (just remodeled with inside parking for the staff) in the city. That is the only one. That makes the Britton Rd area lower than the city now in Wegmans eyes.

Anonymous said...

going further off subject - there was a Wegmans by Strong Hospital and now it's rignt in the middle of college town...which is not crumbling...

just a point of interest.

Anonymous said...

History
http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/rochester/mt-hope-whats-in-store/Content?oid=2128040

East Ave is the only Wegmans store in Rochester city limits.

The stores close to U of R are Calkins Rd and Hylan Dr both in Henrietta.

SCATS said...

To 9:18PM ~~ TY, that's what I thought ;)