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Minority Reporter Week of October 14 - 20, 2013

Minority Reporter Week of October 14 - 20, 2013

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Published by Dave McCleary
Local, national news and features serving the African American Community in Rochester, New York
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october 14 - 20 
from information to understanding
october 14 - 20,
Generation OutreachRecognizes Local Public Servants
Susan Taylor EmpowersWomen through Speech atRochester YWCA Luncheon
Local News
pg 5
pg 4Social Security raise to be among lowest in years
national News
pg 7Henrietta Town SupervisorSwitches to Democratic Partypg 3
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Henrietta Town Supervisor Switches to Democratic Party
Henriea Town Supervisor MichaelYudelson announced Friday he isswitching his party aliaon fromRepublican to Democrac.Announcing his decision, Yudelsoncited irreconcilable philosophicaldierences with local and naonalRepublicans. “Sadly, the RepublicanParty is allowing itself to be denedby extremists who put ideologyahead of governance and responsiblecizenship,” said Yudelson, who hasserved as Henriea supervisor for sixyears. “The shutdown of the federalgovernment and threatened naonaldefault are only the latest examplesof a party that has abandoned itsprinciples in the pursuit of a narrowpolical agenda.“The Tea Party fringe that now controlsthe Republicans agenda does notrepresent the party I once believedin and belonged to. My core beliefshaven’t changed, but theirs have.”Yudelson was nominated byRepublicans in Henriea for anotherterm as supervisor, but subsequentlylost the designaon in a primarywaged by Republican Town Councilmember Jack Moore.“Jack is backed by many of the sameelements who are making a spectaclein Washington,” Yudelson said.“Moderates are losing their voice inthe Republican Party, and as a resultthey are seeking it elsewhere. That’swhy I’m here today, and I want tothank Chairman Morelle and everyonewhose support has always been soinvaluable to me.“Though we’ve belonged to dierentpolical pares, Mike Yudelson and Ihave always worked together for thecommon good, and I always considerhim a friend. I am now pleased to callhim a fellow Democrat as well,” saidMonroe County Democrac Chair JoeMorelle.Morelle noted that he and Yudelsoncollaborated in a legislave eort topreserve the Henriea-based GeneseeValley Regional Market Authority in2010. “People of good will can ndcommon ground even on dicultissues, a concept essenal to ourdemocracy but one that unfortunatelyhas been abandoned by many in theRepublican Party,” Morelle said.“My party aliaon has changed, butmy commitment to my neighbors neverwill, and neither will my commitmentto scal conservasm and personalresponsibility. I look forward to avigorous campaign on behalf of thepeople of Henriea and connuing myservice to them next year.”Yudelson is also endorsed by theConservave and Independencepares. Friday was the deadline forocially changing party designaonprior to Elecon Day.
Henrieta Town Supervisor Michael Yudelson
Residents Want Answers about Red Light Cameras at Town Hall Event
By Delani WeaverRochester’s rst town hall event was asight to see as an incredibly energeccrowd, including residents fromRochester, Webster, Greece and Gates,raised quesons about issues from redlight cameras to naonal security andprivacy to a panel of local leaders.Rochester Police Chief JamesSheppard, former U.S. AorneyTerrance Flynn, WHAM 1180 talk showhost Bob Lonsberry, and Larry Krieger,a cizen who is currently pursuing legalacon against Rochester because of ared light cket, made up the panel.The town hall event, moderated bycommentator Mark Hyman, allowedresidents at the event, held in thetheater of Strong’s Naonal Museumof Play and online via social mediawebsites such as Twier and Facebook,to ask their quesons and wait for aresponse from someone on the panel.Several quesons addressed to Chief Sheppard were answered with mostlyquick and short replies.One queson that was repeatedlyasked by residents was why MayorThomas Richards and/or City CouncilPresident and candidate for mayorLovely Warren, who voted in favor of the red light cameras, didn’t aendthe town hall meeng.Hyman said he would take the blamefor that and planned to have the rightpanel of ocials at the next town hallevent in Rochester.
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