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Schenectady announces choice of Barber for acting assessor

Move appears to end controversy over Waterfield

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Nicholas C. Barber has been named acting assessor for the city of Schenectady. The appointment was announced Wednesday. And the city’s addition of Barber, the retired Schenectady County director of real property tax services, apparently ends the controversy over Ed Waterfield’s potential appointment as assessor. It may not end the search for a full-time certified assessor. According to a news release issued by the office of Schenectady Mayor Gary McCarthy, “Mr. Barber will spend the ...

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