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Making rental inspections work in Schenectady

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It’s going to cost the city of Schenectady a fair amount of money — $37,000 plus benefits — to hire someone to enforce its long-ignored rental inspection program, but as long as the hiring results in an increase of roughly 1,000 inspections per year, the income provided by the inspection certificates should offset the cost. Revenue isn’t the only reason for the city to go this route, though. Maybe not even the best one. Fewer ...


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