A year-end census report shows New York is growing in population, but losing more residents to domestic migration than any other state.
What would happen if we simply gave money directly to poor people is discussed by CGR's Peter Nabozny and Erika Rosenberg with Carolyn Lee-Davis of The Children's Agenda and Evan Dawson.
CGR model finds 50% tax rate reduction would result from proposed Forestville (NY) village dissolution
Many of our organization's most significant achievements are little known to the public because, as George Eastman stressed from our first days, our role is to serve others, often quietly behind the scenes.
Democrat & Chronicle
CGR is honored to have our centennial anniversary profiled in this week's Rochester Business Journal.
Launched on October 19th and powered by CGR, the state's first comprehensive community evaluation tool hosts a database of statistical information and analysis on key social, economic and environmental issues (known as "indicators"), both statewide and by county.
A $15 minimum wage is what Governor Andrew Cuomo wants for all of New York State. Earlier this year, Cuomo's wage board pushed through the wage for the fast food industry alone, but the governor says that's not enough. Guests Include: Chris Wiest, Vice President of Public Policy with the Rochester Business Alliance, Colin O'Malley, Organizing Director for Metro Justice, Kent Gardner, Chief Economist with CGR
CGR has been engaged by the Village of Forestville, New York to prepare an analysis of the fiscal and service impacts that would result from dissolution of the village government.
CGR has been engaged to provide data, analytical and process support for an evaluation of New York State's Gun Involved Violence Elimination (GIVE) program. This is the second year of CGR's involvement with GIVE, continuing work begun in 2014.
CGR has been engaged by Lifetime Care to complete an evaluation of its Advanced Illness Support Program, funded by the Greater Rochester Health Foundation.