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Seniors allowed to return to Halfmoon apartments

Residents began moving back into the Bishop Hubbard Senior Apartments in Halfmoon on Wednesday, seven weeks after fire destroyed an electrical room in the complex.
Residents began moving back into the Bishop Hubbard Senior Apartments in Halfmoon on Wednesday, seven weeks after fire destroyed an electrical room in the complex.
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Residents of the Bishop Hubbard Senior Apartments moved back into their homes Wednesday, seven weeks after fire destroyed an electrical room at the complex. Most of the 49 apartments were undamaged in the July 20 fire, but until electricity was restored, people were not allowed to live there. The town of Halfmoon’s code enforcement officer signed off on the building’s occupancy this week, and the 53 residents were allowed to move back in Wednesday afternoon. ...


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