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Editorial: With new process, Schenectady may have turned corner on its roads

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In a March 18 editorial, we asked “What is Schenectady going to do about its roads?” At the time, they were in pitiful shape, full of potholes, cracks and bumps, and fast getting worse. Today, there’s a noticeable improvement. We don’t take credit for this, especially since none of our proposed remedies included the one that has made the difference. Most of the credit must go to City Engineer Paul Cassillo, the man who recommended ...

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August 8, 2011
10:22 p.m.

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A noticeable difference! The roads are much more pleasant to travel..where previous driving was torture. Thank you for finding a viable solution. Now lets put some of those nice looking trash cans on every corner and enforce the littering law so Schenectady does not look like a garbage dump!

August 12, 2011
2:24 p.m.

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When are they going to REMOVE the "road" that they paved over the sidewalk on Duane Ave near Kelton?

They basically "stole" the sidewalk to make room for vehicles and repair equipment, rather than reroute traffic. The repairs are finished, yet the sidewalk remains missing, and Kelton looks like a war zone.

Finish the job.