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Schenectady’s Crane St. neighborhood needs cops, code enforcement

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Schenectady’s Crane St. neighborhood needs cops, code enforcement On Oct. 7, I attended St. Adalbert’s Church festival in Schenectady. Crane Street is a disaster. Walking up to the parking lot, I encountered non-existent sidewalks. A dog came flying out of an alley, a pit bull, [and] he looked ill. I guess the dog laws are not enforced on Crane Street. [As for] the sidewalk, I hear of citations being mailed to people because their lawns ...

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October 15, 2012
7:40 a.m.

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Carol Krupski Pingelski Hotaling,

I see by you're name that titles are important to you.

October 15, 2012
11:39 p.m.

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So Edmund from rotterdam thinks he knows how to run Schenectady. Did you call animal control for that dog or try to help it or where you too mystified after seeing a dog fly? You want insurance companies to stop insuring homes with long grass and you want to send armed police after people who have chipping paint on their homes as if the cops would even have time for that. Great ideas! I do like your tax payer idea.