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Pump station vote delayed in Schenectady

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The complex project to replace the Ferry Street sewage pump station just got trickier. Just seconds before the Schenectady City Council was set to pick a company to run the project, an engineer from McDonald Engineering stood up to accuse city officials of bias. Professional engineer Tom Bates said the city unfairly chose MJ Engineering, the low bidder. City officials interviewed two of the bidders — lowest and highest — but did not interview the ...


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