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Editorial: Schenectady needs to get started on a 'Plan B'

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The audit of Schenectady finances by the state comptroller’s office released Tuesday makes it abundantly clear that city officials have their work cut out for them. If the audit’s forecasts are even remotely accurate, and if a number of the things Mayor Gary McCarthy is counting on to bail the city out — things he has little control over — don’t occur, taxpayers will be facing a series of painful tax hikes, or worse. Unfortunately, ...


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cfield
November 15, 2012
7:06 a.m.

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B is for bankruptcy, I assume.

gina99
November 15, 2012
8:14 a.m.

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McCarthy is incapable of making any cuts that would save this City. His 24 years of voting to increase taxes every year on the City Council should have been a warning.

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