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Mohawk Ambulance gets $50K grant for Glenville renovation

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A $50,000 grant will help revive the coffers of Mohawk Ambulance.

The Schenectady-based ambulance service has received a Main Street Revitalization Program grant from National Grid to cover a portion of its expenses to renovate its new Glenville substation at 176 Freemans Bridge Road.

The building, which formerly housed a beauty salon, was renovated last year into a two-bay station with space for four ambulances. There are also bunk rooms, a small training room ...

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