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Firm fails on minority hiring goal for Schenectady projects

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Carver Construction was on its way to getting back in the city’s good graces. After being cut out of Schenectady projects for years because company leaders did not want to follow a local law to hire minority subcontractors, Carver was finally welcomed back. In its first project this year, a culvert replacement, minority subcontractors did 11 percent of the work. The job came in just $4,000 less than the city’s goal for minority work. But ...


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wmarincic
December 15, 2012
6:33 a.m.

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What happened to the best person for the job, regardless of color. The best person at the best price, what a concept. When you hire ANY color over another color is racism. Why are we even looking at colors in 2012 anyway.

gazettereader
December 15, 2012
11:40 a.m.

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roses
December 15, 2012
11:47 p.m.

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Since White People are going to be a minority shortly,,Maybe they will get the Jobs !!!What a bunch of CRAP !!! This shouldn't even be Considered when Bidding on a Job !!!!

wmarincic
December 19, 2012
7:38 a.m.

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I have a question for the Gazette? How many minorities do you have in your senior staff? How many minorities do you have working in that new building. You want to bash someone about minority hiring yet I believe you DONT practice minority hiring, I have never seen a person of color that works for the Gazette.

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