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Canine dispute

Council not keen on Sch'dy dog census

 A pitbull is seen on the second floor roof of a house on Mynderse Street in Schenectady on February 25, 2013.
A pitbull is seen on the second floor roof of a house on Mynderse Street in Schenectady on February 25, 2013.
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City Clerk Chuck Thorne is once again lobbying for a dog census. He wants the funds to send inspectors door-to-door, finding where dogs live and checking to see if they have licenses. But the Schenectady City Council members — who nixed the plan last fall — are still not enthusiastic. It was raised as a council committee meeting last week, but there are no plans to vote on the issue yet. “I have real concerns,” ...


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