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Schenectady Commissioner of General Services Carl Olsen presented it as thinking outside the box in 2010 when he proposed that the city run its own body shop at the new $20 million garage on Foster Avenue. At the time, he said the shop would bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue every year by getting rust off other municipalities' trucks and heavy equipment. That hasn't happened. The body shop did manage to finish ...


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pquivey
February 26, 2013
5:50 p.m.

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If work does pick back up and the city needs to hire more help, please consider Mr. Brian Damon as he is looking for employment.

cfield
February 27, 2013
9:04 a.m.

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why are they not considering leasing the space and equipment? if the city does not have enough business, lease the space to a shop that has the business but not the space

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