Construction scaffolding is a part of New York City’s streetscape. When it happens next door, developers sometimes pay neighbors for their trouble.
NYS Entity Status
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APRIL 09, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - PERINTON MASONARY & CONSTRUCTION, LLC
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By Bloomberg - Friday Jul 21, 2017
No matter how well-regarded a particular airport happens to be, the slog from curb to cabin is pretty much the same wherever you go. A decades-old paradigm of queues, security screens, snack vendors, and gate-waiting prevails—the only difference is the level of stress. Transiting a modern hub such as Munich or Seoul is more easily endured than threading your way through the perpetual construction zones that pass for airports around New York.
The sky portal of the 2040s, however, is likely to be free of such delights. Many of us will be driven to the terminal by autonomous cars; our eyes, faces, and fingers will be scanned; and our bags will have a permanent ID that allows them to be whisked from our homes before we even set out. Some of these airports will no longer be relegated to the outskirts of town—they will merge with city centers, becoming new destination “cities” within a city for people without travel plans. Shall we get dinner, watch a movie, see a concert, shop? People will choose to go to the airport. Your employer may even relocate there. Read more...More about Travel, Airports, Business, and Transportation
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By Brian Koerber - Wednesday Oct 25, 2017
It's completely necessary to have fun while you're working.
An airport worker directing the plane on the tarmac of the Greater Rochester International Airport has found a great way to take the monotony out of his day by practicing some stellar dance moves while he works.
"So this just happened out my window as I was leaving New York headed back home to Nashville. This guy rocks!" Terry McBride posted along with a video to Facebook, which has since racked up over 5.9 million views.
The worker, later identified as Kyran Ashford, tells ABC News that he's been working at the airport for five years, and hopes his dance moves gives at least one passenger "30 seconds of positive vibes." Read more...More about Funny, Viral Videos, Airport, Dancing, and Culture
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