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Posted: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 10:02 am | Updated: 10:48 am, Wed Apr 3, 2013.

A five-parcel site across from Saint Marys Hospital will soon be redeveloped into a surface parking lot, and eventually redeveloped again into a full-service hotel, said Javon Bea, a principle member of 2nd Street Parking LLC, the owner of the site.

A Rochester City Council decision Monday night to vacate a public alley on the site puts Bea one step closer to those goals. The decision came after two and a half hours of testimony Monday night during the council's continued public hearing on the matter. The council already heard four hours of testimony about it during two previous meetings.

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