Wagner Carpet and Flooring is Hiring and Will Train

Wagner Carpets and Flooring

Wagner Carpets and Flooring, one of SEAC’s Tool Shed Sponsors, is now hiring Installers or Laborers as well as a Warehouse Slash Binder.

They will train individuals. Reliable car and valid driver’s license required.

Anyone interested in applying can contact Wagner Carpets at wagercarpets@gmail.com

Are you a local business and want to spread the word about employment at your business? Email us at careers@seacrochester.org and we’ll post it on our website and social media. *

*We will try to post these as we are able depending on demand.

SEAC Warm Clothes Drive

SEAC is collecting warm winter clothes the entire month of November! We will be sorting through these and delivering them to agencies in need.

You can drop off your donations at SEAC’s Tool Shed during its normal business ours of: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 10am to 7pm or Saturday 10am to 2pm.

The Tool Shed is located at 1255 University Ave, C010 (Lower Level) Rochester, NY 14625.

Raise Money for SEAC on AmazonSmile!

THINK ABOUT SUPPORTING SEAC THROUGH AMAZONSMILE!

It’s a super easy way to raise money for SEAC through your purchases on Amazon!

Click this link to start shopping and donating to SEAC.
  • Go to AmazonSmile
  • Log in to your Amazon account
  • Follow the instructions to set up your first charity
  • Search South East Area Coalition

If you are already using Amazon Smile and want to switch charities:

  • Go to your account
  • Scroll down to other programs
  • Expand the menu.
  • Click Change your AmazonSmile charity
  • Follow the steps to select a new charity

City of Rochester Hires Attorney to Focus on Housing Cases

City of Rochester

News Release

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(Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022) – The City of Rochester Law Department has hired Michael A. Furlano to support its efforts to address housing quality and code enforcement.

Furlano’s hiring follows directly from a recommendation of the Mayor’s Housing Quality Task Force. He started in the job earlier this month.

“Negligent landlords need to know we mean business when we see violations that affect the quality of life of the people who live here,” said Mayor Malik D. Evans. “I am grateful for the work of the Housing Quality Task Force in offering actionable steps we can take to make a difference on the issue of safe and code-compliant housing for our residents.”

Furlano will support the code enforcement officers at the Municipal Code Violations Bureau and bring more proceedings in City Court and State Supreme Court when property owners don’t comply, including seeking contempt orders. He will also support the Neighborhood Service Centers in their efforts to address the “worst of the worst,” and network with organizations such as the Empire Justice Center, JustCause, the Legal Aid Society and LawNY to coordinate efforts. Finally, he will be researching and connecting with other municipalities to help the City determine best practices for improving housing stock.

Furlano has extensive experience in housing law, most recently as the Senior Housing Attorney at the Empire Justice Center and as Tenant Advocacy Coordinating Attorney and Staff Attorney at the Legal Aid Society.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to add an attorney with Mike’s housing experience to our team. He can hit the ground running in this new role, which was added to the Law Department as part of the 2022-23 budget, and as a recommendation of the Housing Quality Task Force,” said Corporation Counsel Linda Kingsley. “Just as my department has aggressively pursued businesses that have negatively impacted the quality of life of city residents, this position will allow us to do the same to ensure that property owners provide legal and code compliant housing in this city,”

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News Media: For more information, contact Communications Director Barbara Pierce at Barbara.Pierce@cityofrochester.gov.

The City of Rochester administration of Mayor Malik D. Evans is committed to promoting positive systemic and structural change by providing transparent and collaborative leadership, offering equitable access to essential municipal services, enabling productive intergovernmental, private, and non-profit partnerships, and promoting increased quality of life through investments that create vibrant neighborhoods and employment opportunities, making Rochester a hope-filled city with an exciting future. For more information, visit http://www.cityofrochester.gov.

New Program- SEACing It Out Membership!

SEAC is thrilled to launch their latest program, SEACing it Out. This program offers members a wide array of discounts to a diverse group of locally owned businesses in the South East Area. “We’re hoping this program will entice Rochester residents to our area’s awesome businesses. Maybe that discount is just enough to get someone to try somewhere new” says Mike Evans, Executive Director. “We’ve got eleven local businesses participating thus far and we hope to have more soon!”

GET YOUR SEAC MEMBERSHIP TODAY!

Our goal is to advocate for and celebrate our communities, neighborhoods, and local businesses. With SEAC’s membership you will receive a some sort of benefit to a variety of excellent locally owned businesses!

SEACing it Out membership gets you these awesome benefits at local Rochester businesses!

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP ($25)

  • SEAC car magnet
  • Recognition at our Celebrating the South East Area event in September
  • SEACing It Out Membership card

Present your card at the following locations to get these exciting benefits

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Are you a business that wants to offer SEAC members a discount for supporting the South East area?  Click here.

GET YOUR SEAC MEMBERSHIP TODAY!

 

Playful Sidewalk Installation at Wadsworth Square Park

SEAC commissioned the talented artist, Richmond Futch, to create two beautiful Playful Sidewalks near Wadsworth Square Park. On Saturday, August 20th, Richmond created beautiful hopscotches with a few Rochester historical landmarks while families of the Wadsworth Square neighborhood and SEAC staff and board members came to hang out and help paint.

We had donuts and coffee and later pizza! It was a great time. Thanks to everyone who participated and made another Rochester sidewalk playful!

South East Area Coalition Vocational/Trade School Scholarship Recipient!

We are thrilled to announce another recipient of our South East Area Coalition Vocation/Trade School Scholarship Fund for Center For Youth, Roberto Murray.

Andrea Creary, the Learn2Earn Coordinator at Center for Youth, shared a little bit about Roberto with us. SEAC is happy we could assist Roberto in his journey and wish him nothing but success!

Roberto lives in one of our shelters in the South East area of Rochester.  He is low income and a minority. Roberto recently completed an asbestos handling certification and is now attending the ITEC Construction program, while working part-time in an internship at Imprintable Solutions, a locally owned small business.
 
Roberto is a very driven young man.  He has proven reliability and dedication by consistently attending classes, showing up for work and attending meetings with staff at The Center for Youth.
 
Thank you for the opportunity to nominate this wonderful young man.

Celebrate the South East Area 2022- RSVP NOW!

Grab your party hats!

It’s time to celebrate the people, places, and spirit that make our community so great!!

Savor today with honorary chairs and passionate community advocates Vicki and Abe Brouk as we celebrate SEAC’s past and secure our future!

Join us a Sager Beer Works on Friday, September 16 from 6-9 P.M.

Live music by Johnny Bower and Mount Hope World Singers!

Tantalizing live and silent auction!

Artisanally crafted beverages and buffet!

We had such a great time last year, we look forward to seeing you!

Tickets only $35

RSVP Today!