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Niskayuna senior center draws support for added staffing in budget

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Charles MacAvoy wanted to thank those at the Niskayuna Senior Center and his friend Frank Mauriello for convincing him to go. MacAvoy, 90, lost his wife of nearly 63 years, Mabel MacAvoy, in March. It was a loss that was plain as he spoke during public comment at Thursday night’s Town Board meeting. The senior center and the friends he’s made, he said, have helped him in the months since. “What a great guy,” MacAvoy ...

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