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Costly solution to vacant lot problem

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For the better part of six years, the city of Schenectady tolerated the empty lot on which the former Brandywine School once sat being used for parking — anything from tractor trailer trucks to campers to boats. Recently, after finally taking title to the property, it decided to stop the practice. That’s not objectionable because the lot at times had the look of a junk yard; but the way the city decided to do so ...


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wmarincic
May 20, 2013
7:57 a.m.

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So where was the offer to buy the lot before it was closed by the city?

justapto
May 20, 2013
6:13 p.m.

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The barricades can be removed. A win - win deal needs to be brokered ASAP.

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