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Schenectady cracks down on landlords who miss inspections

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The crackdown on apartment inspections has begun. Using public documents, city building inspectors have made a list of properties likely to be rented out. Starting with the Union Street area, they sent out 120 letters this week to the owners of those properties. In each letter, they told the owner to register as a landlord and have their apartments inspected within 30 days. Landlords were taken aback, even though city officials have warned for six ...


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