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CITY Newspaper Endorses Mayor Warren

Citing her success in creating more jobs, safer and more vibrant neighborhoods and better educational opportunities, CITY Newspaper endorsed Mayor Lovely Warren this morning, calling her the “best choice” to lead Rochester into the next generation. Read the endorsement here This is a key endorsement — CITY is a leading media outlet with its finger on the pulse of our…

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Mayor Warren endorsed by 1199SEIU

Mayor Lovely A. Warren has received the endorsement of 1199 SEIU, a union representing over 2,000 health care workers in Monroe County – a majority of whom live, work, and vote in the City of Rochester. According to Tracy Harrison, the Administrative Organizer for 1199, Mayor Warren has been “a thoughtful and dedicated partner in our fight for working families…

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Mayor Warren delivers for Rochester

A few years ago on a radio show, Mayor Lovely Warren talked about her vision for building upon the success of the Strong Museum, and the possibility of an indoor water park in Downtown Rochester. Today, we are one great step closer to making her vision a reality. Lots 4 and 5 of the former Inner Loop East, which was…

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A history of fighting for jobs

“The loudest voices will often try and silence the few, but the limited few standing together are the ones that will change the world – history has shown us this time and time again.” – Mayor Lovely A. Warren Lovely Warren has been fighting for jobs in our community over her entire career. In 2012, when she was City Council…

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Mayor Warren announces new landlord policy

Mayor Lovely Warren submits legislation aimed at reducing the negative impact of absentee landlords on property values in Rochester neighborhoods. The new legislation is part of a comprehensive strategy to strengthen the City’s Nuisance Abatement Point System, in line with Mayor Warren’s goals of creating safer and more vibrant neighborhoods, increasing government transparency, and improving landlord accountability. Speaking at Wednesday’s…

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Mayor Warren announces “Street to Treatment” partnership to target opioid abuse

Mayor Lovely Warren announced Monday a new initiative she created to help to fight the heroin and opioid crisis by focusing on treatment, rather than punishment for users. “Street to Treatment” will allow RPD officers to bring citizens believed to be overdosing on heroin or other drugs to Rochester Regional Health’s Evelyn Brandon Center, where they will be given the…

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Lovely Warren Stands up for Love

This week is Pride Week, an opportunity for members of the LGBTQ community and allies to celebrate love and tolerance. Since day 1, Mayor Lovely Warren has fought to make Rochester a tolerant and inclusive city, and has fought to end bigotry, bias and discrimination in all forms. She has raised the Pride flag outside City Hall in celebration after…

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Mayor Warren Fights for Fairness for City Residents

Mayor Lovely Warren has secured a major victory for city residents and visitors. The New York State Legislature passed a measure proposed by Mayor Warren that will allow the City to establish its own traffic court, similar to those in Rochester’s suburbs. Currently, if you receive a moving violation within city limits, you do not have the opportunity to arrange…

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Women’s Equality Party Endorsement

(Friday, June 30, 2017) – Lovely Warren received the Women’s Equality Party endorsement for Mayor of the City of Rochester. This endorsement is significant and highly meaningful for the City’s first female and second African American Mayor. As the home of Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony, Rochester has long been known for fighting for equal rights for all. Mayor…

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Democratic Party Endorsement

(Thursday, May 18, 2017) — Mayor Lovely A. Warren accepted the Democratic nomination of the Monroe County Democratic Committee this evening, saying Rochester is on the right track, with unemployment and crime down, graduation rates and pre-k enrollment up, and development taking place in every corner of the city. “I told you four years ago that we would invest in…

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