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Gloversville mayoral candidates say top issue facing city is jobs

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Both candidates campaigning to lead the city of Gloversville as its mayor cite the need for jobs as the biggest issue facing city residents. Mayor Dayton King, who will be found on the Republican and Conservative lines and independent People’s line on the ballot, faces a challenge from James Handy, a member of the city’s Planning Board who represented the city’s Fifth Ward on the Common Council in 2004 before serving as deputy mayor from ...


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rdavis7191
October 12, 2013
9:03 a.m.

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What the Mayor fails to state is that the firefighters are down 8 firefighters. The City said it was cheaper to pay overtime than to hire new firefighters. Also there are more police officers than there are firefighters. More lies by the soon to be EXMayor.

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