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O.D. Heck closing signals move to community-based treatment

State officials are planning to close the O.D. Heck Developmental Center in Niskayuna will be closed in March 2015.
State officials are planning to close the O.D. Heck Developmental Center in Niskayuna will be closed in March 2015.
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State officials on Friday announced the gradual closure of four institutional campuses for the developmentally disabled over the next four years, with the O.D. Heck Developmental Center in Niskayuna slated to be the first to shut down, in March 2015. The closure of the four facilities is part of an ongoing effort to reduce the number of people living in institutional settings throughout New York. State-run facilities now care for less than 1,000 residents, a ...


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justapto
July 27, 2013
5:16 p.m.

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Forget the Saratoga Racino. Open full table games and gambling at Mount Mcgreagor.

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