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Schenectady council president drops plan for discussion by email

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The emails that Schenectady City Council members were planning to send each other regarding how they should spend a $3.3 million federal grant could be a violation of the Open Meetings Law, according to Robert Freeman, executive director of the Committee on Open Government. He also said portions of the emails should be made available to the public through the Freedom of Information Law. The Daily Gazette submitted a request for the emails and was ...


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