Former President Bill Clinton
will headline a Rochester rally
for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton
, at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, ahead of New York’s April 19 primary. The event will be held at the Laborers Union Local 435, 20 Fourth Street.
Clinton will lead several rallies across New York on Tuesday, including in Buffalo. Hillary Clinton is also expected to visit Buffalo on Friday; she attended a Syracuse rally Friday.
Anyone who wants to attend Tuesday’s Rochester rally can RSVP here.
NEW: Speaking of presidential candidates...Republican prez candidate and Ohio governor John Kasich
will hold a town hall meeting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 9, at the Greece Community and Senior Center, 3 Vince Tofany Boulevard. An RSVP is required for admission: http://kasich-rochester.eventbrite.com/
The National Council of Jewish Women’s Rochester section
is holding a forum at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6, on how to transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. “Repairing the Planet – Starting in the Flower City,” will be held at Temple B’rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Road, Brighton.
Scott Fybush from WXXI will moderate the panel, which includes ROCSPOT president and co-founder Susan Spencer, Mothers Out Front co-founder and organizing director Vanessa Rule, and Green Education and Legal Fund president and founder Mark Dunlea.
The event is free, but organizers ask that anyone who plans to attend register in advance at www.ncjwgrs.org or e-mail email@example.com.
The Penfield Town Board
will vote on appointments to the Shadow Pines/Shadow Lakes
Properties Land Use Committee.
Shadow Pines and Shadow Lakes are Penfield golf courses owned by the Dolomite Group. The company put the courses up for sale, and residents were alarmed by the potential for development at the sites, which they say could lead to traffic and environmental problems, and could burden the school district.
The former owners of the Dolomite quarry in Penfield are reportedly interested in buying the Shadow Lakes course.
The committee will look at land use and zoning issues related to the properties and will also examine possible ways to preserve the properties or to keep them as functioning golf courses. BY JEREMY MOULE
A collaboration of independent media will show the film
“Terrorizing Dissent,” an expose of events at the 2008 Republican National Convention
in St. Paul, Minnesota, at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, April 8. The film looks at what happens when political dissent is suppressed, and how the $50 million that Homeland Security gave local authorities was used. The event will be held at The Flying Squirrel Community Space
, 285 Clarissa Street. It’s free, but donations are welcome. BY TIM LOUIS MACALUSO