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Schenectady officials see improving situation with convenience stores

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Police are starting to see progress in the crackdown on convenience stores. Calls to police are down, code violations have been resolved and drug dealers may be moving to new locations. One store owner complained to police that he was losing business because the crowds of drug sellers and buyers were no longer outside his shop. The owner complained that “because of our activity, business was down,” said police Chief Brian Kilcullen. And fewer people ...

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safny
July 7, 2014
7:10 a.m.

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Now can we do something about the fact that the whole city is filthy?

Nell
July 7, 2014
3:07 p.m.

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Why can't cameras be set up to videotape drug dealers or undercover cops to bust these people?

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