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More power to Proctors, and Schenectady

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Since coming to Schenectady in 2002, Proctors CEO Philip Morris has made the theater an arts powerhouse. But before doing that, he showed his creativity and practicality by making it a literal powerhouse, buying a boiler and installing pipes to supply water for heating and cooling not just to Proctors but to some of its neighbors. Last week, New York state recognized Morris’ accomplishment by providing a $2.9 million grant to expand the system further ...


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SchenectadyScott
December 17, 2013
12:36 a.m.

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It is a lot of... very expensive Hot Air blowing down there....I don't know anyone that justifies a salary that high at a "Not for Profit".

ChuckD
December 17, 2013
9:45 p.m.

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SS, look no further than your hometown insurer (MVP) for more questionable "Not for Profit" salary bloat. But I'm *sure* they're worth it.

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