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Schenectady assemblymen fight for school funds

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Schenectady's assemblymen are fighting to get the school district nearly another $1 million. So far, $480,000 of it has been approved, and they're seeking to get an additional $500,000 approved. There's discretionary funding in the state budget that could be used, Assemblyman Phil Steck said. But the spending must be approved, and it hasn't yet. "We're very, very optimistic that will happen," Steck said at a press conference at Schenectady High School Wednesday. He said ...


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