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Resident: Fence gone, prostitutes back

Schenectady man says foreclosure made lot accessible again

Felix Rodriguez stands Wednesday in front of a vacant lot  that he says is used by prostitutes and drug users.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Felix Rodriguez stands Wednesday in front of a vacant lot that he says is used by prostitutes and drug users.
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The city’s wave of foreclosures appears to have benefited an unexpected group: prostitutes. On Moyston Street in the Vale neighborhood, prostitutes are once again bringing customers to a dark lot at the end of the dead-end street, one area resident says. A tax foreclosure led the city to open up that lot, making it easily accessible to anyone looking for an out-of-sight location late at night. The location used to be popular with prostitutes, so ...


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nepcs
October 11, 2012
9:28 a.m.

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This lede is so much funnier if one were to imagine Norm MacDonald reading it aloud.

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