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Schenectady director of operations appears close to retiring

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The city’s longtime director of operations is thinking about saying goodbye. Sharon Jordan, who is paid $25 an hour as a city consultant, has been signalling for months that she may be leaving. The City Council doubled the amount of money set aside for her services next year, in case a new director must be hired, and she signed a new contract that allows her to retire at any time. “I signed up for this ...


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adam
January 3, 2011
9:24 a.m.

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Sharon is an amazing person ... and what a bargain for $25/hour.
Without her organizational skills Mayor Stratton could be in deep do-do.
For the good of the City let's hope she will hang around for a bit longer

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