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It makes sense for city of Schenectady to fix broken laterals

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Storms like Hurricane Sandy are extraordinary events, and it’s hard to plan for them because you don’t know exactly where the damage will occur or how bad it will be. But breaks in water and sewer laterals, which connect each house to the main pipes in the street, happen every day, especially in a city with ancient infrastructure like Schenectady. And, as part of the proposed 2013 budget, city officials have just come up with ...

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October 30, 2012
6:53 a.m.

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Why do we need to hire more people? Why not take that savings and lower the taxes in the general fund? Why must democrats always tax and spend, here is a savings opportunity to save some money and don't tell me we don't have enough workers now.

November 1, 2012
6:05 p.m.

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This sounds like a win win solution for city residents !! Who can handle a $6-8,000 surprise bill for this??