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Vets get deadline on Draper School deal

Building eyed for special housing still sitting idle, in a state of disrepair

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Little has changed at the former Draper School since the county struck a deal with the Disabled American Veterans that would allow the organization to redevelop the property into special housing. The 94,000-square-foot building is still technically owned by the long-defunct and dissolved International Charter School of Schenectady. And county officials haven’t moved to take control of the building because there’s been no indication the veterans organization is ready to accept ownership. In fact, the ...

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