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Whistle-blower firing sparks lawsuit

Albany firm accused of dismissing man over improper asbestos removal claim

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The federal government is suing an Albany-based demolition and construction disposal company for allegedly firing a “whistle-blower” employee who reported improper asbestos removal practices while working at Gloversville High School in 2010. The Gloversville school district repaired in gym in 2010 for a cost of $7.2 million. The work was part of a district-wide construction program totaling $24.9 million, which voters approved in February 2007. Robert DeLilli, who was Gloversville school district superintendent at the ...


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