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Editorial: Crack down on minority hiring violations

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The headline in The Gazette read, "Schenectady official plans crackdown on minority hiring compliance." That was on May 10. 2009. It's been over five years since the city of Schenectady announced that it was finally fed up with contractors flouting its minority hiring rule and that it would be taking action. Yet here we are in June 2014, and companies that refuse to hire minorities and women for city jobs — companies like Carver Construction ...

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pnotto
June 20, 2014
6:22 p.m.

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I have a question for all you politically correct Leftists and that is: If you were doing a major project around your house would you hiring Moe, Larry and Curly while throwing in Laurel and Hardy to do the work or would you hire a professional who knows what he is doing to complete your project? The same goes for public contracting. As a tax payer, I want the best people to be hired to complete the job and not some flunky who doesn't know his ass from his elbow to work on these crews. This is the problem with Leftists who play these silly games of making sure that so many rejects are on a crew hired by a municipality to work on public projects. If you Leftists have a problem with this, I say you are a liar if you care about minorities being hired for public projects and are as phoney as your ideology because you would never hire the 3 Stooges and Laurel and Hardy to work on any project around your home so pare us the political correctness crap...

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