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Victor, Fishers residents aren’t excited about expanding ConServe facility

If there’s one thing residents of Victor’s once-sleepy hamlet of Fishers aren’t excited to see more of, it’s traffic. That’s what they’d get if a proposed 99,512-square-foot call center is constructed on Main Street Fishers, also known as County Road 42. The high-tech accounts receivable management company — ConServe — is now based in Fairport, but owners hope to relocate and expand its workforce to include 600 employees, and later 1,000 in phase 2. That’s another 600 to 1,000 vehicles vying for turn lanes each day at the overburdened intersection of Route 96 and Main Street Fishers.

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