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Community solar options are increasing in the Rochester area.

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  • Steve Carter is a social media specialist at Eastman Kodak who has been involved in social media campaigns about Parcel 5. He’s a Roberts Wesleyan College grad who also started the Explore Rochester account on Instagram.
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  • Both the Fringe Festival and the Xerox International Jazz Festival have staged events on Parcel 5, drawing massive crowds.
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  • Ray Ray Mitrano is a multi-discipline artist who uses social engagement as one of those artistic disciplines. He’s a Visual Studies Workshop graduate who’s currently leading the Parcel 5 Community Programmers series, a collective effort to fund a series of monthly events at the site by collecting $5 donations from community members.
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