Good Morning All,
I have some great news...and some more bad news. First, the bad news, a current and active member of the MCC Board has told me in confidence, that Anne Kress and the Board are being "told" not to deal with me. I have suspected as much since MCC has chosen not to answer any correspondence with my name on it. I know that most of the Board members and perhaps the new president as well, must have higher standards of professionalism than what has been exhibited so far. Anyway, that is the bad news, which is sort of business as usual when it comes to the County Executive and her office. Frankly, I don't blame her from keeping me away from MCC. I am sure if I am allowed to present to them, I will win them over as I did the City Council. This has nothing to do with me! Rather, it is the plan that wins people over. Again, I still wonder where the City and the Mayor are here.
Eventually the MCC Board of Directors will hear my offer. Tomorrow, my attorney will try to contact the Secretary of the Board at MCC. I will keep you all posted as to the results of that attempt. This is interesting for sure. I am only asking to present a solution to MCC that helps them and the City of Rochester. As previously noted here, I can solve all three of their alleged problems and get the project privately funded. I know that several members of the local media read this blog. Why, pray tell, are you not asking these very same questions of Anne Kress and her Board??? Simple questions really, why aren't they looking at their original location if all their problems are solved? Hello...D&C?, Rachel? Evan? It is sad. The people of Rochester don't seem to care and the politicians don't either. Yikes! You guys are in trouble on Main and Clinton.
Now for the great news! I am thrilled to announce the formal opening of my son's newly built restaurant. It is called Prime Steakhouse, located at 42 East Main Street, Webster, just East of Route 250 in the Village of Webster. Prime will be open to the public beginning on Saturday, November 14th. Prime will be open for dinners only until next spring. They will be open six days a week Monday-Saturday, closed Sundays. The temporary reservation number is 585-545-4407. We are very excited about the new steakhouse as well as the commercial project which it is a part of. I look forward to seeing many of our friends at the restaurant.
A new correspondence has been sent to Anne...any wagers on whether or not we get an answer?