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Schenectady City Council delays amendments on rental inspections

Landlords seek changes in proposed fees

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The Schenectady City Council took another stab at amending the rental inspection system Monday, but tabled the issue in the face of vehement opposition from landlords. Council members said they hope to vote on amendments to the existing inspection law in two weeks. Still up for debate is whether the council should lower the inspection fee. Currently it is $50 per unit, every time a tenant moves out, and $25 for re-inspection if the unit ...

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