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Drainage issues at Union and Barrett

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The gaping hole at the corner of Union and Barrett streets has been a blight on the landscape since developer Chris Maddalone created it a few years ago. Perhaps it’s not as bad as the long-vacant building he knocked down before building the first phase of his project — eight townhouses along Barrett Street that are fairly nice-looking, save for a large blank wall on the edge facing Union Street. Ugh! Maddalone has plans for ...

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joycemadre
May 11, 2014
4:46 p.m.

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Thank you for bringing this issue to the tax payers attention. However please note that Chris Maddalone is only 50% owner the other 50% owner is a practicing attorney in Albany Charles Rosenstein esq. And it also should be note the city wants to condemn the building, absolutely no support only criticism from the city. I refer to Mr. Schillger I believe informing me the reason for needing a temporary wall in basement was my own fault , I had an article put in the paper. Hopefully this does get resolved quickly.

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