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Contractor back in Schenectady housing rehab program

Gary Pappas stands on the 2nd floor of his property at 14 Myers Alley in Schenectady Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Gary Pappas stands on the 2nd floor of his property at 14 Myers Alley in Schenectady Wednesday.
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Gary Pappas is back at work. He was the first contractor to take on a badly rundown foreclosed house through the city’s new rehab program. He was also the first contractor to quit, after his ex-wife revealed that he had stolen money in 1999 from his failing company’s employee retirement account. He has already served his time — though not for the original offense, but for failing to make timely restitution payments — but he ...


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