Duffy Reacts to Stalled Sale of Sibley Building
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One day after Rochester Mayor Tom Richards pointed the finger at the Republican majority in the County Legislature for delays in the sale of the Sibley Building, Lt. Governor and former Rochester Mayor, Bob Duffy weighed in on the subject.
"I understand the frustration. We have been there and been through that as well, but hopefully that frustration will morph in to something that is very productive and get a resolution," Duffy said.
Richards says COMIDA is holding up the deal because the Republican majority in the County Legislature wants the city to persuade some Democratic legislators to approve the relocation of Monroe Community College from the Sibley Building to Kodak in order for the PILOT agreement to move forward.