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Moldy neighborhood center in Saratoga Springs may be demolished

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Fixing the mold-plagued William H. Ford Neighborhood Center would cost nearly a half-million dollars, a price the Saratoga Springs Housing Authority seems unwilling to pay when its east side residents can simply utilize space at the city Recreation Center. Members of the authority’s Board of Commissioners were advised that the now-shuttered building on Fenlon Street requires roughly $400,000 in repairs due to the extent of damage and deficiencies at the location. It was constructed relatively ...

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