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Teamwork in evidence this time with Sandy, and more is needed

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Teamwork in evidence this time with Sandy, and more is needed There have been a couple of major accomplishments recently pertaining to flood control, namely the cooperation of New York City Department of Environmental Protection and New York Power Authority with respect to lowering the water levels in both the Gilboa Dam and the Power Authority’s lower reservoir in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. This about-face was undoubtedly brought about by a concerted effort by both ...

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November 6, 2012
7:23 a.m.

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Leesa Perazzo

I see the Schenectady city council like the same people you support and represent, union thugs. You people have no clue on how to fix this once great city. You let quality of life be destroyed while you spend millions on a downtown that will not sustain itself. Maybe you should look to what a smart man and a republican did. Rudy Guilliani turned around NYC in just a few years by focusing on the quality of life issues. You will not get the kind of people you need to move to Schenectady when the first thing they see from any direction is drug dealers, graffiti, garbage and prostitutes.

November 6, 2012
8:39 a.m.

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Things are so bad for the tax and borrow City Democrats that they have to write their own letters to the Gazette. No more dupes to front for them? The City is $5 million in debt because of 37 years of Democratic City Councils. Leesa Perazzo voted to keep property taxes at the highest level in Upstate NY. Dump Marion Porterfield another anti-business, anti-taxpayer puppet for the machine.

November 6, 2012
9:39 a.m.

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To Helen Steiner... what a nice story! I have lived in Glenville more than 35 years and learned the very first week we moved in that I better keep fresh batteries on hand at all times 'cause the lights go out a lot in Glenville! That being said, I'm glad you got your batteries and how nice of you to share with that nice man. Glenville is a friendly place to live.