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CONNECT ON SOCIAL MEDIA HOW TO REACH US Main Number: 585.232.7100 Customer Service: 800.790.9565 TTY: 585.258.2592 Email: Vol. 183, No. 102 Published daily by Democrat and Chronicle Media Group 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY 14614. Periodicals postage paid at Rochester, NY (USPS 153-100). OURMISSION The Democrat and Chronicle remains ever vigilant for the community good, dedicated to providing unsurpassed value and excellent customer service while expanding multimedia delivery of news, information, diverse opinions and interaction. DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE MEDIA GROUP PRESIDENT & PUBLISHER MICHAEL G. KANE | 585.258.2200 MGKane_DandC EDITOR & VICE PRESIDENT / NEWS Karen M. Magnuson | 585.258.2220 kmagnuson ADVERTISING SALES Robert Teitgen | 585.258.2381 BTeitgen_DandC VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE William J. Hart | 585.258.2520 BHart_DandC DIRECTOR / MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Dennis R. Floss | 585.258.2242 DRFloss_DandC SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS PARTNER Donna L. 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The Thanksgiving Day print edition is delivered with every subscription that includes print edition delivery and will be charged at the then regular Sunday newsstand price, which will be reflected in the November payment. EZ Pay is a method for automatically paying your subscription, for information, call 800.790.9565 or go to Terms and conditions apply. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION: Rates on request, 800-790-9565. Mail subscriptions are payable in advance. No mail subscriptions will be accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. Periodicals postage paid at Rochester, N.Y. (USPS 153-100). POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Democrat and Chronicle, 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY 14614-2001. CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR DELIVERY ISSUES CALL: 800.790.9565 Or go to: For Sunday delivery issues in Rochester or its adjacent suburbs, please contact customer service by 10 a.m. to have a replacement copy delivered. For Monday thru Saturday delivery issues, credit or next-day delivery will be offered. FOR BILLING QUESTIONS Email: Call: 800.790.9565 * Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday: 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday: 7:30 a.m. to noon. FOR VACATION STOPS & RESTARTS Call: 800.790.9565* *At any time during the automated message you can ask to speak to a representative. DISTRIBUTION DIRECTOR Distribution Director: Paul Kelly 585.258.9888 | LIKE US AT: FOLLOW US AT: Twitter @DandC Page2A Thursday,October22,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com ROCBuzz Aquick guide to today's news Volume 183, Number 295 END OF SUMMER RITUAL It’s similar to our banding together to clean up t he public spaces here in Corn Hill. A group of nine o r 10 cottagers halfway down the east side of Keuka L ake get together on an October Sunday to disassemble and haul a dozen docks and boat hoists out of t he water, onto dry land for the winter. This may sound like quite a task, but the dock owners pitch in together and do it in one fell swoop. Protruding feet on the dock posts, slippery and cumbersome stones in the lakebed, and the fact that the docks are heavy, all give a sense of urgency to each dock removal. “One-two-three-lift!” “Pull!” “To the left!” No, the other left!” Finally, for the direct ionally impaired: “Toward Penn Yan!” “Toward Hammondsport!” Taking the docks out in October means carrying them uphill, from 5 feet of water, to dry land. Putting them back in, in spring, is downhill. I generally volunteer for the uphill project; the water still retains some heat from the warmer months. For me, the freezing spring water is a deal-breaker. —Rich Gardner, Rochester blogger BEST OF OUR BLOGS CORRECTED The Democrat and Chronicle s trives to cover the news fairly, accurately and honestly. It is our policy to correct e rrors of fact or statements needing clarification. Please write to the News Editor, Democrat and Chronicle , 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester NY 14614 or call (585) 258-2251. N.Y. LOTTERY Winning Numbers Wednesday Midday033Lucky Sum:6 Evening618Lucky Sum:15 W in 4 M idday 8724 L ucky Sum:21 Evening0653 Lucky Sum:14 Pick 10 27915162021223843 46515355656873757779 Tuesday's Take Five 71 4152433 Tuesday's MegaMillions 625353852 M egaball4 F or more information: o r call (518) 388-3300 G amblers Anonymous h elpline: (888) 426-6678 ROCWEEKEND Quick Bites: Guacamole The East Rochester taqueria serves the flavors of owner Gareth Aylett’s childhood home in Mexico. Page 7 After Dark: Alvin brothers Dave and Phil Alvin play a sold-out show Tuesday at Downstairs Cabaret @ Winton Place. Page 4 Amilestone for Record Archives Adaylong party on Saturday will cap Record Archive’s 40th anniversary year. Page 6 ROCNEWS Post office honor for Pierson advances The Senate on Tuesday passed the bill that would c hange the name of the East Rochester Post Office to t he Officer Daryl R. Pierson Memorial Post Office Building. 3A Harrowing experience for woman A74-year-old woman who was kidnapped in front of h er Gates home was later rescued from the chilly Genesee River. 5A ROCROOTS Aghost at Johnson House? The Churchville restaurant’s lively history includes an 1897 murder — and an alleged ghost. 4A ROCBUSINESS Race for the Space winner to be named The five finalists in the Race for the Space competition will pitch their business ideas to a panel of experienced b usiness owners this Friday, and the panel will name the winner that night. 9A TRACY SCHUHMACHER/@RAHCHACHOW/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER These three tacos offered at Guacamole in East Rochester have three different meat fillings. Twitter: @ROCCityChick I nstagram: @theROCCityChick Can’t wait another weekend for Halloween? J oin ROCCityChick from 7 to 11p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, at RMSC After Dark’s Monster Bash. Perform squeamish experiments, explore crypt-like objects from the RMSC vaults, view old horror f ilms. 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