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Schenectady council sells vacant firehouse

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It took three years, but the vacant Brandywine Avenue firehouse finally has a new owner. On Monday, the City Council agreed to sell the former firehouse to Michael Earl for $32,000. Earl runs a carpentry business and will put his administrative offices on the firehouse’s second floor. He will store his equipment on the first floor, city officials said. By far, Earl’s $32,000 was the highest price of any properties sold by the city at ...

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