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Posted on July 11 at 4:06 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Went to multiple concerts at SPAC last Summer and at no point was there grass on the "lawn." They might as well make it sand bc clearly they have no intention of making it grass again. I doubt Phish or the rain or this past winter have ANYTHING to do with it. There were divits so large at Luke Bryan last year that several people fell, twisted their ankles and worse once it got dark. SPAC oversells their big ticket events to the point where it is uncomfortable, unsafe and unsanitary. What a shame for a once ideal venue.I only have tickets to one show this Season and we will be sitting inside.


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Posted on July 1 at 10:29 a.m. (Suggest removal)

And thank you schenectady for allowing DSS to be apart of the city all the people on it are stand up citizens that follow the rules and keep up on there house and are stand up citizens... YEAH RIGHT THATS WHAT YOU WISH.. ITS YOUR FAULT SCHENECTADY, YOU!!!!! LET THE CITY GET THE WAY ITS IS NOW.... SO PATHETIC...


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Posted on July 1 at 10:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Teens get away with whatever they want in this city...


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Posted on June 26 at 5:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)

mkuban...you ever think that, maybe now since these 2 were believed anyone can say and off-duty officer pulled out their gun just to get at them. Police officers cant win, I would advice any off-duty officer who see's a crime to stay out of it and look the other way. Just like so many in this city do for them, how can their be respect for police when administration, Gazette, and others are always trying to destroy them and would rather settle a case or suit to save the city some money at the risk of an officers reputation and career, cop and their families are on their own..I would not want to be a cop in this city..all surrounding towns pay their officers more and give them the respect they deserve, a they deal with a fraction of the crime and scrutiny. What I want to know is did these guys know this cop prior to incident, if so.. I wonder..but MKUBAN would rather see the miscreants and dumbasses running the streets. The problem in this city isn't the police but everyone who thinks is ok to make a buck and get 15 minutes of fame from accusing police of misconduct..I cannot imagine being a city cop, God bless them for the thank less job they do every day...We at least owe them some respect and loyalty, fi not for them our streets would be truly lost...


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Posted on June 26 at 9:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Who the hell cares about new chains coming in do something in store other then firing. I do feel bad for the people losing there jobs but price chopper doesn't have to fire them. They are doing it so the bigwigs still make there millions because god forbid if they lose some of it.


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Posted on June 26 at 9:43 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Well I feel bad for Schenectady police officers they are always in the spot light for the stupidest sh** and when It comes time for there job to be on the line they always get the short string. Bennett was a cop now he's against them always taking sides with civilians and not standing up for his own officers. Shame on you Mr. Bennett stick up for your guys.. I'm a tax payer in this city and a long living resident I love this city and respect the officers. LET THEM DO THERE JOBS.


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Posted on June 24 at 10:47 p.m. (Suggest removal)

let me just say the jv's run the city...they know nothing happens to them and God forbid the police get to do something real like real cops used to do until the tree hugging-granola bar eating liberals run the country and heaven forbid if someones feeling get hurt.....just sit and listen to a police scanner for a week and only listen to sch'dy and you will start going to council meetings and express your views and make the worthless politians know WHAT really happens!!!!!


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Posted on June 24 at 8:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I love Guyanese names they are so freaking hilarious. In regards to this though ladies and gentlemen these teens are the new wave of our society well inner city kids to be the least. The sad thing is this area really isn't part of the inner city so y'all know what that means the disease is spreading and slowly making its way around the whole city. There should be a curfew for juveniles in Schenectady and the police should be allowed to force them MR. MAYOR.. But would never happen. So remember police can't do anything when a juvenile is involved ..


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Posted on June 23 at 9:03 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Will someone please wake up and realize that you need tax reductions if development is going to occur at the Alco site. I keep hear people say Ellis, SCCC and Union all whom don't pay a dime. Chip fab sure however their tax deals are hardly a winner too. Casino or not at least give the site a chance, the mall did bring in tax dollars for Rotterdam and the county it might not.be the best looking but it is better then just using services.


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Posted on June 23 at 2:26 a.m. (Suggest removal)

yeah......these guys are model citizens...don't buy their story.. did anyone check their past..


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