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Policy & A Pint: Working to Live in Rochester

Policy & A Pint: Working to Live in Rochester

Rochester—while not quite a New York or San Francisco—offers high-paying jobs, but rent and home prices have shot up beyond the reach of most workers.

Join the #policypint discussion online or in person:
June 29
6-8 p.m.
The Bleu Duck, 14 Fourth St SW, Rochester

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