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Plans for library branch on State Street in Schenectady move forward

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County legislators have approved a deal with an Albany County developer that will allow them to move forward with a project to build a new library branch on State Street. Members of the Legislature adopted a resolution Tuesday spelling out a reciprocal easement agreement between the county and Vanguard-Fine, a Guilderland-based property-development company. Vanguard-Fine purchased the one-acre site of the old Whitehouse Flea Market from the city earlier this year for $120,000 and are ceding ...


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