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Empty houses remain a big problem in Schenectady, but boarding them up also poses risks

Sunday, March 25, 2012
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After earning the dubious honor of being one of the state’s emptiest cities, with one of the highest number of vacant houses, Schenectady officials are finally gaining traction in their fight against blight.
But their first step may make the city look worse....

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