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Editorial: City has some explaining to do in dog case

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If it was a person who was suspected of killing a dog as it walked on the sidewalk with its owner, there's no way this would have happened. So how is it that two dangerous dogs with a history of violence were released from custody after committing the same terrible crime? Schenectady city officials owe the public a lot of answers after they somehow allowed the release of two large dogs, which witnesses said leaped ...


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joycemadre
August 5, 2014
9:46 a.m.

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Deputy Corportation Counsel Carl Falotico certainly has no problem going after the owner of a property for not repairing her building ( cost of several thousands of dollars)when it was allowed to be damaged by a construction not being done to code regulations or needs. Also if someone is to appear in court NOTIFY them the legal way for the state not the city's way of sticking a notice anywhere on any property. Owner should be notified! The city was notified of the damages being caused and failed to correct the problem of no drainage system. Which again if water problem not corrected and would continue to cause damage, why fix it first? Fix problem first so that way property owner doesn't fix over and over.

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