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Posted on January 22 at 11:27 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Amazing how a book keeper at family business brings home an extra half million dollars and her husband who is a supervisor for the city of Schenectady doesn't find anything "off". I think the question of where the rest of the money is shouldn't be hard to answer. New trucks for him and family. Heartless dirty people. Mr Marcella is a saint!

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Posted on January 21 at 6:28 a.m. (Suggest removal)

While an honorable fight for his constituents, where was this supervisor and all his headlines when Lowes, Walmart, and Mohawk Honda all located on Freemans Bridge Road. Don't you think they have something to do with the traffic and public safety problems? He has let GPD work their tails off with no help (increased staffing) but now when there is money to be had he says a casino is gonna cause all these problems? Message to the supervisor- the Super Walmart is much worse for public safety than the casino! Stop crying, build a hotel and such on your side of town and enjoy the business the casino brings.

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Posted on January 16 at 9:50 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Will1960, kind of like the SAFE act? capitalize on the public's fear (i.e. right after the Newton, Ct ordeal) and knee jerk reaction (i.e. rush to pass the law during the night in a short time before anyone knew what was happening?)

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Posted on January 16 at 9:17 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr. Buckbee, No one has ever blown up a bridge so should we try to prevent it from happening? Na let's not waste money or resources to protect them if it never happened.....that is basically what you are saying? No one ever flew a jet into one of the largest buildings in the world let alone two before 9/11

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Posted on January 15 at 8:38 p.m. (Suggest removal)

ya because the SAFE act is what stopped the guy from using an assault weapon. If the guy had more than seven rounds he probably wouldn't have shot the victim because he would be in violation of the SAFE act....SAFE act saved the day....moron

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Posted on January 15 at 9:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Now I'm sure that this young lady was real peach when she dealt with the Cops. Like they say "Lay down with dogs"

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Posted on January 14 at 1:58 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Hey Mayor, crime down?

From: Schenectady man shot in leg in carjacking

Posted on January 13 at 2:01 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Why is it everytime the subject of money and City of Schenectady are brought up someone if not everyone wants to beat up on SPD. You claim their great contact and how they pad the pention. Who ok's the contact? Lord Gary and his crew. You ever listen to a Police scanner for the city? Non stop. Most of it sounds like people who can't fend for themselfs. a 7 year old out of control? Sounds like Mom, can't Mom so call in the citywide Mom, SPD. Get off their backs. They do a good job, the folks who talk them down are the same group of people who get arrested or don't get their way. Mayor is blind to all this. Just sees $$$$. Casnio is going to bring the unwanted to town. If the hard working people who made this town great saw this the get out of the grave and leave

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Posted on January 12 at 10:58 a.m. (Suggest removal)

He probably couldn't sleep knowing that he cut the funding, and ended the paramedic program for the Police Departments SWAT team.

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Posted on January 12 at 7:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Wonder if he'll be able to stand after a long weekend

From: Schenectady mayor to give State of City address

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