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Rochester, known as the “Flower City, home to the annual Lilac Festival and once populated by the Seneca Native American tribe, the city is the county seat of Monroe County. Rochester’s over 200,000 residents enjoy the cities many culinary contributions from French’s mustard to Ragu pasta sauce and some concoction known as a “garbage plate,” (think fries, macaroni salad, baked beans, hamburger, mustard, onions, and hot sauce all on one plate.) When not eating, residents many times have to go to court. If you need information on the laws, local courthouse information, or how to find free or low-cost legal aid, FindLaw has the answers.
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