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Schenectady City Council draws up short leash on landlords

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After much debate, the City Council is poised to approve new rental inspection rules that give the landlords almost none of the provisions they had requested.

Under the final draft of the legislation, the fee for inspections won’t be reduced. The inspections will still be done once a year — or even more frequently — rather than once every three years as the landlords had requested.

There will be no performance-critique form to allow ...

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wmarincic
March 20, 2013
8:05 a.m.

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Welcome to the Police State of N.Y. where you are taxed until you are broke and regulated out of your business. Keep electing democrats and then keep complaining about the crap they do. Schenectady voters are the idiots just like NY voters.

ddoherty64
March 20, 2013
2:59 p.m.

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does this apply to complexes too? if not, it should. not all complexes have a rental office or landlord on site. Although I believe the landlords should be held accountable if the property they are renting out to the tenants are not up to proper code.

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