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Company to redo bad pavement on Schenectady streets

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Patches of new pavement have failed throughout the city because they were paved too late last year, City Engineer Chris Wallin said. But the paving company will redo those areas at no cost to the city, thanks to a one-year warranty negotiated because the paving was done so late in the season. Work should begin in mid-June. There are long, narrow strips of failed pavement in the middle of Albany Street,near the Brandywine Avenue intersection; ...

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May 17, 2013
7:18 p.m.

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They negotiated a one year warranty??? In NYC if a utility company or any company paves anywhere they are responsible for THREE YEARS. Wow - that negotiated warranty is a gem.

May 18, 2013
12:05 p.m.

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Can you have them swing by Van Velsen St.? It's a mess to say the least.

May 18, 2013
3:28 p.m.

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It would be nice for the City to pave the west side of Jay St between Union and Liberty . Its way overdo A main corridor from Little Italy to the heart of downtown ,across from the post office and City Hall both on the national register of historic places. All the other nearby sidewalks are paved This area really looks bad.