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A game of  tag in Schenectady

Program to take another shot at covering graffiti

Graffiti is seen on the rear of a building on Watt Street in Schenectady on Friday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Graffiti is seen on the rear of a building on Watt Street in Schenectady on Friday.
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Teenagers assigned to community service through the courts are getting ready to hit the streets again with paint and brushes. They will be painting off graffiti on buildings throughout Schenectady in a program organized by City Councilwoman Leesa Perazzo. It ran for just one month last year, as a test, and was so successful that it will run from May to October this year. But the teens’ very first job will be to redo what ...


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JIMOCONNOR
April 12, 2014
10:58 a.m.

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Lets see if Type A Lady can actually run something. This is a great melding of differing needs, and a great service to citizens. However, so many variables need to be managed to make it a success, it'll be very interesting to see if she does it, or, blames failure on one, or more variables. This is now her capstone, lets watch carefully.

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