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Audit slams Saratoga Springs housing head’s pay

Spychalski highest paid in region, among top 7 percent nationwide

The Stonequist Apartments in Saratoga Springs were at the heart of a controversy arising from a reported infestation of bedbugs in the public housing complex.
The Stonequist Apartments in Saratoga Springs were at the heart of a controversy arising from a reported infestation of bedbugs in the public housing complex.
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A state audit of the Saratoga Springs Housing Authority released Friday lists irregularities, including how much the authority pays its executive director. Executive Director Edward Spychalski, who was hired in 2006, is paid $144,921 per year, making him the highest-paid public housing director in the Capital Region, according to the audit by state Comptroller’s Office. The auditors did a survey of the pay of other housing authority executives in Albany ($139,000), Schenectady ($96,100), Troy ($95,500) ...

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