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Landlords push to ease Schenectady inspection law

Code enforcers to visit rental units as tenants move out

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Schenectady landlords are still lobbying to get rid of the rental inspection law just as city officials are gearing up to enforce it more than ever. A large group of landlords met with Councilwoman Leesa Perazzo this week to push their case. They’re hoping she is at least willing to lighten the regulations. “We would like to abolish it altogether if we could,” said landlord Mohammed Hafez, speaking as a member of the Schenectady Landlords ...

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theburgesses
December 7, 2012
6:11 a.m.

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The city is wasting valuable resources and needs to focus on blight in the city. Its our tax money and the majority of the residents want a better looking city!

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