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Factory planned for old Johnstown church

ReadyJet upholsterers to create 17 new jobs

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Craftsmen laying stone foundations for a new Catholic church on Cayadutta Street in Johnstown in 1925 probably didn’t expect their work would one day house an aircraft upholstery repair shop. “That’s not the sort of thing that naturally comes to mind,” said Ken Goldfarb, a spokesman for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. Mark Farrington, chief operating officer of Lake George-based ReadyJet Technical Services, recently got city Planning Board approval to move a portion of ...

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June 10, 2013
8:51 a.m.

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Terrific reuse of a church building - and certainly better than tearing it down as they did with the church in Watervliet!

June 10, 2013
4:55 p.m.

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I agree with LNMP.....this sounds like a creative use for the space.