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No sign of action at new Schenectady library site

John Karl stands in front of the former flea market lot at 954 State Street in Schenectady that will the be the location of a new branch library.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
John Karl stands in front of the former flea market lot at 954 State Street in Schenectady that will the be the location of a new branch library.
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John Karl and his Friends have funds available for Schenectady’s new library. They’re just waiting for construction to begin at the branch. Right now, nothing is happening at 954 State St., the site of a former flea market and now a vacant lot occupied by three large trees, an old metal fence and a mix of grass and pavement. It’s between Eagle and Hawk Streets. Library officials say they’ve been told the new library is ...


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