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Growing tile business locating in Schenectady's Stockade

The historic building that previously housed the Kelly Glass Company  will soon house Absolute Tile Company, owned by Michael Buzzo, pictured.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
The historic building that previously housed the Kelly Glass Company will soon house Absolute Tile Company, owned by Michael Buzzo, pictured.
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A growing tile company is planning to consolidate and relocate its operations to a historic Schenectady building that was once nearly razed. Absolute Tile Co., a provider of residential and commercial tiling services, currently operates an office out of owner Michael Buzzo’s home in Rotterdam and a small warehouse on Wilbur Street in Albany. Buzzo said he hopes to give the business more space to grow by relocating the office and warehouse operations to 17 ...

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joycemadre
May 20, 2014
8:39 a.m.
(Comment was removed by moderator for not meeting the Daily Gazette's community standards.)
rowermom1
May 20, 2014
9:45 a.m.

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May Mr. Buzzo and his business prosper! Schenectady needs healthy business and I welcome him to the City. Thank you for coming!

robbump
May 22, 2014
3:17 p.m.

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May Mr. Buzzo also return the sidewalks surrounding his building back to the public. The actual cement sidewalks from the corner of Church and State (101 State St.) back to Church and Liberty and up Liberty to a point past KFC have all be paved with blacktop, and the owners seem to feel that those public right-of-ways are theirs to use for private parking.
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End this encroachment of pedestrian right-of-way immediately.

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