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Posted on February 15 at 10:47 a.m. (Suggest removal)

pat is your typical snob forgetting about anybody from his past life as a regular person,i wrote him a letter one time and reminded him about my brother who picked him up everyday at his home in schenectady and driving him to litton for classis and my brother waiting for him in the parking lot after classes to bring him home and also congratulating him on his first championship and i never heard from him--you would think that a hometown guy takeing time to write you a letter by long hand no less would consitute a reply of at leaest thanks---

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Posted on January 16 at 7:43 a.m. (Suggest removal)

are you kidding me--none of you people have it right,give the father, mother,grandfather,grandmother of their dangerous children and grandchidreen who committ a crime with a weapon taken from those unlocked gun cabinents in their home the death penalty and make sure their is no delay in delivering the needle, doing so the stupid gun owners would make sure that their weapons are not accessable because they know that if their child gets ahold of their weapon they will be given the needle,all leagle citizens who are registered as responsible gun owners know that you lock your weapons in one place and lock the ammunition for these weapons in another location makeing it harder for these demented children to get a hold on a weapon, one thing i do agree with is why is it so important to own a semi-auto military syle weapon when a good old shotgun works just fine for anything you want to do, especially protecting your house from intrusion. all this mess over the demented minds of others. magical

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Posted on October 15 at 10:27 a.m. (Suggest removal)

jack falvo is the most giving person i know. jack has tried for years to establish a house to honor his son jack, jr. for seriously ill patients (families)who are at ellis hospital from out of town to have someplace to stay at durring their family members treatment at ellis hospital, similar to ronald mcdonald house and the city of schenectady wont let him establish this house because the house intended for this purpose is in the g.e. plot and near union college campus and the city council says that the house would not fit into this type of neighborhood (what type of neiborhood is it, snobish and rich people), i pray they are not this type of neighbors, jack has given this project his heart and soul for many years after his son jack,jr. passed away after a traject accident. jack was devistated by this loss and is trying to give schenectady its own ronald mcdonald house at no cost to the city and the blind men who lead this city have turned him down by not letting him purchase the house accross the street from ellis hospital and now they are again trying to knock him down again by letting his salary slip out of the city budget or being left off intentionally, jack should just retire and teach these council members that dedication and the knowledge that jack has is hard to replace these days,jack you are a very good person and deserve more from this great city that we have called home all of our lives--from one high school buddy to antoher. magical

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Posted on February 9 at 11:03 a.m. (Suggest removal)

are you kidding me--the residents of rotten-dam have no clue that always big business wins in this town-just look what golub did on route seven--moving a road to his likeing and removing residential houseing (FROM THE TAX ROLES)increasing heavy truck traffic and yet to build a giant wharehouse so all of us neighbors will have to look at everyday--so you people might as give up now--YOUR NOT GOING TO WIN AGAINST OUR OWN TOWN OF ROTTEN-DAM--a rotterdam resident of route seven--

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Posted on June 28 at 9:03 a.m. (Suggest removal)

really--no-body cares that we are paying the big tax bills we get from rotten-dam--no-body?--no-body?--wake up people the town govenrment is stepping on each and everyone of us--wake up people--we need to ban togehter and sue the town as Mr. DelGallo did so that we can receive the 2007 rate as he is doing.

From: Rotterdam Town Board: Official’s taxes set too high

Posted on June 27 at 12:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)

are you serious--why dont all the town of rotterdam residents get their assessments back to the 2007 rate--why just the "SUPRVISOR?".

From: Rotterdam Town Board: Official’s taxes set too high

Posted on November 17 at 11:55 a.m. (Suggest removal)

No way should Macejka be offer the job back! He started the whole mess with reassements contacting GAF from Buffalo ...Out with the OLD completely.
Where is the democracy ?

From: Rotterdam's new assessor could be the old assessor

Posted on May 27 at 3:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)

are you kidding--just look what rotterdam is doing to the residents of collucci gardens and the other residents of this immidiate area--wanting to let mr golub build a 460000 sqare foot warehouse and displace a section of dunnsville road---what happened to our country feeling of living in a rual area--stop the building permitts now and stop the developement of our beautiful town--magical

From: Rotterdam residents oppose plan for apartment house

Posted on April 29 at 10:42 a.m. (Suggest removal)

it is just these kind of addicts that give people who really need these drugs to help with real pain (some people are in real pain) not an artificial or sycosymatic pain that make it impossible or near impossible to obtain from physicians--yes i have pain every day from two failed back surgeries and i had to go through all the test and proceedures and ended up on disability after working for twenty seven years in corrections and after all of this i can only get occsional pain meds to help me cope through the day--investigate the whole police dept up to the cheif they all have skelitons in the closet we all do--aconcernedcitizen

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Posted on April 26 at 10:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)

lets just open our borders and towns to criminals who can not be successfully rehabilitated-- i worked for the nys corections department for 21 years and had one after another inmate returned to jail (who had been released)with the same offence they had committed to get them landed in jail in the first place--wake up people our rotterdam town officials have fallen asleep at the steering wheel and only want more and more developement of vacant properties in the town to their advantage while giving nothing back to the towns residents like a real property tax refund--lets electe all new management including our uneducated town supervisor who made millions digging holes for people to swim in their back yards but does not understand how government establishments work and has already started to undermine rotterdams rual appeal by allowing the old military housing base on route 7 to become inhabited with a stiementz home type renter who will eventually bring more and more immigrant crime to our area--mark my words--this will and has been happening already--magical

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