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Schenectady County warned about fiscal stress

Analysis does not mean current problem

A man leaves the Schenectady County Office Building on Veeder Avenue Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A man leaves the Schenectady County Office Building on Veeder Avenue Wednesday.
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Schenectady County needs to be wary of fiscal stress, according to an updated report released Wednesday by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The assessment is part of DiNapoli’s monitoring system for municipalities, which looks at indicators such as available cash, past budget deficits and the local economic climate to raise awareness about potentially impending fiscal disasters. Schenectady County isn’t currently facing significant or moderate fiscal stress, the two most severe classifications, but the monitoring system determined ...


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