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Amsterdam to borrow $3.5M for projects

Demolition of old factory tops list

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The city is looking to borrow roughly $3.5 million to pay for a host of capital projects, nearly half involving demolition. The Common Council recently whittled down a list of priority work, and a final resolution awaits review by bond counsel, officials said. The biggest item on the list is demolition of the former Esquire Novelty factory building on Forest Avenue, estimated to cost about $1 million. The six-story brick building is falling apart, and ...

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