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Fire to keep seniors out of Halfmoon complex until September

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Repairing an electrical room destroyed by a July 20 fire at the Bishop Hubbard Senior Apartments will take longer than previously expected, officials said Wednesday. An electrical contractor estimates it will take until Sept. 4 to replace all the burned equipment and restore electricity to the building to allow residents in 49 apartments to move back in, said Kenneth Goldfarb, spokesman for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, which sponsors the apartment building. The Red ...

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