Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 23, 2015 · Page A1
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page A1

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JAMES WARREN/ GANNETT ILLUSTRATION Copyright 2015 G annett Rochester N ewspapers iii AB C $1NEWSSTAND For home delivery pricing see Page 2A. 50°/34° PARTLY SUNNY; COOLER INDEX BUSINESS ................9A CLASSIFIED . ...9C, 10C COMICS ............6C, 7C CROSSWORD . .2C, 6C D EATHS ..................11A OPINION ...............13A LOCAL NEWS.........3A LOTTERIES . ..............2A SPORTS.....................1D STATE NEWS . ........10A T ELEVISION ............2C Expanded Weather, 10D Four sections alllocationsopen forluncheveryday! salvatores com Greece•2496W.RidgeRd.•227-5555 E.Rochester•240W.Commercial•381-2525 Spencerport•TopsPlaza•352-9800 Avon•243E.MainSt.•226-2555 Macedon•91W.MainSt.•315-986-1555 WebsterVillage•195NorthAve•872-2210 Irondequoit•Ridge@Culver•544-2555 Plustax&delivery.Withthiscoupon. Nootherpromos.Exp.11/15/15 RochesterLocationsonly.D162 AnyArthurTreacher’s $ 3 OFF BoatorPlatter $ 3 OFF Rochester’sFavoritePizza AnySizePizza Plustax&delivery.Withthiscoupon. Nootherpomos.Notvalidonslices. Exp.11/15/15D163 Bills in London, food to match Taylor out, Manuel in again at QB. ROCSports Breakfast options for the game. ROCFlavors BREAKING NEWS 24/7AT DEMOCRATANDCHRONICLE.COM FRIDAY,OCTOBER23,2015 U.S. RAID SAVES 70 HOSTAGES FROM ISIL PAGE 1B Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. and the owner of the Ginna nuclear fa- c ility have proposed a revised deal to levy extra surcharges on RG&E cus- t omers to prop up the financially struggling power plant. The new deal would cost consumers abit less than the previous iteration. A typical residential customer would pay 2.3 percent more per month on their electric bill, or $2.20, RG&E spokesman Richard Meier said Thursday. Commercial and industrial cus- t omers would pay from 1.5 percent to 9 .1percent more, depending on their service class and usage, he said. The surcharge would be in place for two years. The company will apply Change lessens add-on to bills RG&E, Ginna owner revise electricity fee STEVE ORR @SORR1 STEVE ORR/@SORR1/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER The Ginna nuclear power plant in Ontario, Wayne County. SeeSURCHARGE,Page8A ALBANY - Gov. Andrew Cuomo will t ake executive action to install new regulations to protect transgender New Yorkers from discrimination. C uomo’s announcement was slated for a speech Thursday night at a dinner hosted by the Empire State Pride Agen- d a, the leading gay-rights group in New York. T he move comes after attempts to bolster laws for transgender people have failed to get approval in the Rep ublican-led Senate. As part of the move, Cuomo will Cuomo to enact transgender protections JOSEPH SPECTOR @GANNETTALBANY SeeCUOMO,Page14A

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