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Warren takes the reigns as first female mayor

There are 71 comments on the 13WHAM story from Jan 4, 2014, titled Warren takes the reigns as first female mayor. In it, 13WHAM reports that:

Lovely Warren, the city's 67th mayor officially takes the reigns, furthering a journey that began last February when she first announced her intention to run.

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Rhonda

Rochester, NY

#27 Jan 7, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
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That's not what you've be saying. You rattle on and on ad nauseam, about County paid entilltements to the City. At every turn you're proven wrong.
When you actually find an entitlement paid for by the County that only goes to the City and no other Towns get back to me.
That is what he has been saying TH and you know it but you keep turning his words around. I thought that you and I had a deal and we wouldn't lie and troll this year, why are you starting already? I know, it is the only way that you think you would mean anything in life, trust me sister when I say that you will always be a nothing, sorry. You know that us sisters must stick together and cheat the system every chance we get, but if you keep causing trouble with the whites, you know the ones that feed, clothes and house us, and I am afraid that they will get fed up and cut us off from the freebies so please back off before it is too late. Last, but not least, if it wasn't for the suburbs the city would be in worst shape than it already is and it ain't looking too good now. Love you TH, will see you at the next anti-white meeting." R"

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#28 Jan 7, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
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That's all great information but, the County provides the same services and financial assistance to the Towns and Villages.
True, but the city doesn't pay a dime for traffic signals, sign or engineering, the county picks up the entire tab. You do live in Monroe County don't you city dweller ? Then pay your fair share. You were the one who said that the County doesn't pay one dime towards the City of Rochester.

The implication that the county does not support city government is nonsense, "This year, Monroe County will provide the city over $140 million in sales tax revenue, which subsidizes nearly 30 percent of the city budget."

You're WRONG again, no shocker there.
RePigs friend

Rochester, NY

#29 Jan 7, 2014
Rhonda wrote:
<quoted text> That is what he has been saying TH and you know it but you keep turning his words around. I thought that you and I had a deal and we wouldn't lie and troll this year, why are you starting already? I know, it is the only way that you think you would mean anything in life, trust me sister when I say that you will always be a nothing, sorry. You know that us sisters must stick together and cheat the system every chance we get, but if you keep causing trouble with the whites, you know the ones that feed, clothes and house us, and I am afraid that they will get fed up and cut us off from the freebies so please back off before it is too late. Last, but not least, if it wasn't for the suburbs the city would be in worst shape than it already is and it ain't looking too good now. Love you TH, will see you at the next anti-white meeting." R"
Your obviously not Rhonda.
DOTTIE

Rochester, NY

#30 Jan 7, 2014
The RPD should be ashamed of themselves, that they are suppose to be Rochester's Finest, yet Rochester's own Mayor doesn't even want them to protect her.
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#31 Jan 7, 2014
The_ Patriot_USA wrote:
The City of Rochester, Department of Environmental Services, is responsible for construction, maintenance, and service to city streets. Both the State of New York and County of Monroe provide financial assistance to the City for improvements to major city streets. These improvement projects are generally administered by the City, but may be administered by the state or county.
The county pays for traffic engineering, traffic signals and traffic signs in the City of Rochester at an annual amount of about $ 1.4 Million.
Who pays for the redlight cameras?

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#32 Jan 7, 2014
Ha Ha wrote:
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Who pays for the redlight cameras?
The city, but red light cameras are not traffic signals
RePigs friend

Rochester, NY

#33 Jan 7, 2014
The_ Patriot_USA wrote:
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The city, but red light cameras are not traffic signals
The cameras are some what paid for by the city. The company that owns them pays the city a part of every fine they collect which is more than what costs the city to operate and maintain them under the contract they have.

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#34 Jan 7, 2014
RePigs friend wrote:
<quoted text> The cameras are some what paid for by the city. The company that owns them pays the city a part of every fine they collect which is more than what costs the city to operate and maintain them under the contract they have.
Actually that's not accurate. When the original proposal was done back in 2009 the cost of each camera per month was estimated to cost $ 3,750. The city estimated that they would bring in $ 3.5 million in revenue from tickets issued.Add that up and we are looking at about $1.25 million to the city’s bottom line as a result of this program.

Fines get be paid through the city's website, by mail or by going to Parking and Municipal Code Violations Bureau, 42 South Ave. The fine is paid to the city, it is not paid from the vendor of the camera.

The city makes about $ 300,000 per month on red light cameras. They estimate that they will make $ 1.5 million and double that the next year.
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#35 Jan 8, 2014
The_ Patriot_USA wrote:
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True, but the city doesn't pay a dime for traffic signals, sign or engineering, the county picks up the entire tab. You do live in Monroe County don't you city dweller ? Then pay your fair share. You were the one who said that the County doesn't pay one dime towards the City of Rochester.
The implication that the county does not support city government is nonsense, "This year, Monroe County will provide the city over $140 million in sales tax revenue, which subsidizes nearly 30 percent of the city budget."
You're WRONG again, no shocker there.
Boy you guys are, reaching for anything you think will fly.
The County provides those services to every Municipality in the County. They are not exclusive to the City. As it applies to the City, those services are only provided on County owned streets and highways. Not those owned by the City.
This may come as a surprise to you but, City property owners also pay County propety taxes. The same as every other property owner in Monroe County.

Back to the Sales Tax, once again.
The County has no say, what so every, how much of the sales tax revenue returned to the from the State to the County goes to the City. The County acts as only as a conduit for those funds and has no claim to them. That money is then, for the most part, forwarded to the City School District. When it comes to the other municipalities and school districts in the County that is not the case. How the County determines who gets what, I don't know. But Greece and Henrietta, outside of the City, as the largest generators of sales tax revenue. Are getting the screwed.
If you remember back a few years. Maggie tried to make a sales tax money grab with her "Fair Plan". Which resulted in the County getting sued by all the school districts in Monroe County with the exception of the City.

“STOP PLAYING THE RACE CARD”

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#36 Jan 8, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
<quoted text>
Boy you guys are, reaching for anything you think will fly.
The County provides those services to every Municipality in the County. They are not exclusive to the City. As it applies to the City, those services are only provided on County owned streets and highways. Not those owned by the City.
This may come as a surprise to you but, City property owners also pay County propety taxes. The same as every other property owner in Monroe County.
Back to the Sales Tax, once again.
The County has no say, what so every, how much of the sales tax revenue returned to the from the State to the County goes to the City. The County acts as only as a conduit for those funds and has no claim to them. That money is then, for the most part, forwarded to the City School District. When it comes to the other municipalities and school districts in the County that is not the case. How the County determines who gets what, I don't know. But Greece and Henrietta, outside of the City, as the largest generators of sales tax revenue. Are getting the screwed.
If you remember back a few years. Maggie tried to make a sales tax money grab with her "Fair Plan". Which resulted in the County getting sued by all the school districts in Monroe County with the exception of the City.
I never said that they were exclusive to the city. I'm going off your bonehead comment that the city supports itself and not one dime comes to the city from the county. Your statement is inaccurate, which makes it false. Nice try though.

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#37 Jan 8, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
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Boy you guys are, reaching for anything you think will fly.
The County provides those services to every Municipality in the County. They are not exclusive to the City. As it applies to the City, those services are only provided on County owned streets and highways. Not those owned by the City.
This may come as a surprise to you but, City property owners also pay County propety taxes. The same as every other property owner in Monroe County.
Back to the Sales Tax, once again.
The County has no say, what so every, how much of the sales tax revenue returned to the from the State to the County goes to the City. The County acts as only as a conduit for those funds and has no claim to them. That money is then, for the most part, forwarded to the City School District. When it comes to the other municipalities and school districts in the County that is not the case. How the County determines who gets what, I don't know. But Greece and Henrietta, outside of the City, as the largest generators of sales tax revenue. Are getting the screwed.
If you remember back a few years. Maggie tried to make a sales tax money grab with her "Fair Plan". Which resulted in the County getting sued by all the school districts in Monroe County with the exception of the City.
Did you or did you not say this ?

POST # 11
"The County doesn't give dime one to the City"

“STOP PLAYING THE RACE CARD”

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#38 Jan 8, 2014
WRONG AGAIN......

"those services are only provided on County owned streets and highways. Not those owned by the City."

The county pays for the traffic signals, signs and traffic engineering for the entire county, yes that includes the city. The county has been doing this since something like 1971.

http://www.monroecounty.gov/dot-signalops

Maybe this will help refresh your memory

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Since: May 11

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#39 Jan 8, 2014
Bottom line here is, there are more people who live in the county than the City of Rochester, which means more money from sales tax is coming from County residents than city residents.

I tell you what, make an appointment with Gov. Cuomo and Lovely Warren and tell them that you don't want the sales tax money, roughly 30% of the city's budget because the City of Rochester is a self sustaining city all by itself. Let me know how that works out for you. Lovely will be telling you to shut up and you will be swinging from a tree while the city crumbles.
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#41 Jan 9, 2014
The_ Patriot_USA wrote:
WRONG AGAIN......
"those services are only provided on County owned streets and highways. Not those owned by the City."
The county pays for the traffic signals, signs and traffic engineering for the entire county, yes that includes the city. The county has been doing this since something like 1971.
http://www.monroecounty.gov/dot-signalops
Maybe this will help refresh your memory
Unbelievable! You and the other one have gone from that long azz list of mystical subsidies to the City; and all you have left are traffic signals.....LOL. Talk about desperation.
You should use your own link and review the list of signal locations in the City. With the exception of the ones at the schools, the majority of them are on COUNTY OWNED HIGHWAYS AND STREETS. There has to be, at least, a few thousand traffic signals in the City. According to your own link the County only owns a handful of them.
A couple hundred, or so, traffic signals is far from the County providing financial support to the City.

Keep grasping at straws.....
Lie Detector

Clayton, NC

#42 Jan 9, 2014
Just look at the RCSD coffer's per capita to each child . It's an insane dis-service .


City schools are just a complete and utter failure . But they get the $$$$ every year . Indoctrinating children into a system of welfare and slave labor .

Mission accomplished .

I wonder what Lovely will have on her desk re: this atrocity . It's her people that RCSD are feeding on ..

http://www.rcsdk12.org/Page/973
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#43 Jan 9, 2014
The_ Patriot_USA wrote:
Bottom line here is, there are more people who live in the county than the City of Rochester, which means more money from sales tax is coming from County residents than city residents.
I tell you what, make an appointment with Gov. Cuomo and Lovely Warren and tell them that you don't want the sales tax money, roughly 30% of the city's budget because the City of Rochester is a self sustaining city all by itself. Let me know how that works out for you. Lovely will be telling you to shut up and you will be swinging from a tree while the city crumbles.
Far from the bottom line...
Your population argument is irrelevant. There are more people in Perinton than Henrietta.
Yet, Henrietta generates ten times the sales tax revenue of Perinton. What you don't seem to understand is, the City more than generates it's share of the sales tax revenue. It's not a matter of who spent the money but, where the money was spent to to generate the sales tax.

You keep going on about the sales tax revenue being 30%(approx.$140M) of the City Budget.
AGAIN,$120M of that money is transferred to the School District. So in actual real numbers it is only 2.5% of the City Budget. That's a drop in the bucket of a $800M budget.

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Location hidden

#44 Jan 9, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
<quoted text>
Unbelievable! You and the other one have gone from that long azz list of mystical subsidies to the City; and all you have left are traffic signals.....LOL. Talk about desperation.
You should use your own link and review the list of signal locations in the City. With the exception of the ones at the schools, the majority of them are on COUNTY OWNED HIGHWAYS AND STREETS. There has to be, at least, a few thousand traffic signals in the City. According to your own link the County only owns a handful of them.
A couple hundred, or so, traffic signals is far from the County providing financial support to the City.
Keep grasping at straws.....
Let me make it simple for you bird brain......The county owns the traffic signals, traffic signs and does the engineering. Now you are making up the rules as you go with your stupid, with the exception of blah , blah, blah.

Those few thousand traffic signals in the city are owned and maintained by Monroe County DOT you idiot.

"One of Traffic Signal Engineering’s main functions is overseeing the Computerized Signal System, housed in the Regional Traffic Operations Center, where it continuously monitors over 430 traffic signals located mostly on major City of Rochester streets and selected county and New York State highways in the towns of Brighton, Gates, Greece, Henrietta, Irondequoit and Penfield."

"The Traffic Signal Operations Division is responsible for the construction and maintenance of approximately 630 traffic signals and 155 flasher devices located on county highways and City of Rochester streets. Work also includes the testing and repair of all signal components. Included in this division is the maintenance responsibility for all components of the computerized signal system"
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You are the dope that said not ONE DIME comes from the county

YOU ARE WRONG

Better learn to read next time.
one more time

Rochester, NY

#45 Jan 9, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
<quoted text>Far from the bottom line...
Your population argument is irrelevant. There are more people in Perinton than Henrietta.
Yet, Henrietta generates ten times the sales tax revenue of Perinton. What you don't seem to understand is, the City more than generates it's share of the sales tax revenue. It's not a matter of who spent the money but, where the money was spent to to generate the sales tax.
You keep going on about the sales tax revenue being 30%(approx.$140M) of the City Budget.
AGAIN,$120M of that money is transferred to the School District. So in actual real numbers it is only 2.5% of the City Budget. That's a drop in the bucket of a $800M budget.
I have been reading all of the back and forth going on between you and the others, so my question is what don't you understand about the city getting tax money from the suburbs to help close their budget gap? You try to spin it by saying 27.5% goes to RCSD, O.K., but what don't you understand when it is called ROCHESTER city school district? You also say that 2.5% goes into the city operating budget. Wouldn't that mean the suburban tax payers are footing part of the bill while all of the time you say they don't? You might want to rethink about what you said about the city generating more money than they need, if they did they wouldn't need any money from the suburbs, right? You also dodge the fact that PROPERTY TAX from the suburbs also help fund the city, why?
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#46 Jan 9, 2014
The_ Patriot_USA wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me make it simple for you bird brain......The county owns the traffic signals, traffic signs and does the engineering. Now you are making up the rules as you go with your stupid, with the exception of blah , blah, blah.
Those few thousand traffic signals in the city are owned and maintained by Monroe County DOT you idiot.
"One of Traffic Signal Engineering’s main functions is overseeing the Computerized Signal System, housed in the Regional Traffic Operations Center, where it continuously monitors over 430 traffic signals located mostly on major City of Rochester streets and selected county and New York State highways in the towns of Brighton, Gates, Greece, Henrietta, Irondequoit and Penfield."
"The Traffic Signal Operations Division is responsible for the construction and maintenance of approximately 630 traffic signals and 155 flasher devices located on county highways and City of Rochester streets. Work also includes the testing and repair of all signal components. Included in this division is the maintenance responsibility for all components of the computerized signal system"
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You are the dope that said not ONE DIME comes from the county
YOU ARE WRONG
Better learn to read next time.
Hey numbnuts, Do you not read what you post?
There are more than 430 signal lights in Rochester. Are you trying to say that the YOU know better that the County what it owns?
Even if you take the 630 number there is still at least twice that number of signals in the City.

You refuse to understand that the City is the single largest County propety tax entity in Monroe County. So any infrastructure or engineering that the County provides to the City, is more than covered by the City tax base.

“STOP PLAYING THE RACE CARD”

Since: May 11

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#47 Jan 9, 2014
BlackyBlack wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey numbnuts, Do you not read what you post?
There are more than 430 signal lights in Rochester. Are you trying to say that the YOU know better that the County what it owns?
Even if you take the 630 number there is still at least twice that number of signals in the City.
You refuse to understand that the City is the single largest County propety tax entity in Monroe County. So any infrastructure or engineering that the County provides to the City, is more than covered by the City tax base.
HEY STUPID.......The county owns ALL of the lights you IDIOT....did you get that time, that includes the ones in the city. Man are you one dense Mother F*&^k#$.

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