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Posted on August 22 at 12:22 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Did anyone from the Gazette bother to read this headline?? It says "Noorzai headed back to prison." Hmmm - interesting considering that he was murdered 14 years ago. Way to go.

From: Participant in 2000 Schenectady homicide headed back to prison

Posted on August 19 at 6:51 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I feed my dog once a day. She gets treats. She gets exercise and does not gain or lost weight at all. Which is healthy for a grown dog. And true - most of the people we are taking about whose dogs end up there could care less.

From: Schenectady council keeps focus on animal shelter

Posted on August 18 at 8:02 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Why does Wayne bennett have to discuss this? The police can't issue tickets without permission?? This city is FILTHY because of littering, garbage not properly placed out for collection, and owners refusing to clean up. Too many absentee owners. It is well known that stopping people to give out quality of life tickets helps find people with warrants. Schenectady is rapidly becoming diriter and generally worse, so this can only help. Go, Vince!!

From: Schenectady councilman seeks crackdown on quality of life offenses

Posted on August 17 at 4:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)

This guy just cannot wait to get out and start his criminal activity all over. He takes zero responsibility for his crimes. I'm not violent? Many people might disagree.

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Posted on August 16 at 7:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Those people who love talking about all the problems we have here - generally do nothing for anyone.

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Posted on August 16 at 6:57 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Let me guess - the one and only incompetent Carl Falotico will get a promotion instead of getting fired. Here we go.

From: Sources: Schenectady corporation counsel to step down

Posted on August 14 at 6:32 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Someone should be offering Carl a plea deal - for his job. I hate to see a perfectly healthy dog put down because the people who own him are idiots. Their whining has gotten boring already. And now they have started a whole brouhaha over the city shelter. Once again - every thing in Schenectady has to be long, drawn out and messy because no one here has the sense to pass laws and regulations that are clear and enforceable. How many unlicensed dogs? Dangerous dogs? Lindsay - the easy way out would be throwing you in jail.

From: 1 Schenectady dog to die, other’s fate uncertain

Posted on August 11 at 3:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Thanks to those who smelled gas and did - nothing. When will the city admit that these dreadful properties are not sellable????? They are dangerous and there are squatters and thieves going in and out, creating more danger. Just more property that the taxpayers have to pay to maintain. Now we'll have extra costs and lawsuits. Great plan, Gary.

From: Schenectady owned house that exploded

Posted on August 10 at 2:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Fortunately, cash registers make the change these days, since half of our high school students can't seem to add, subtract, multiply or divide. Much of this does have to do with family issues and lack of concern for education, but let's face it - standardized tests are not the problem. Let's end social promotion and keep kids in the early grades where they belong until they can read and write.

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Posted on August 9 at 7:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Consider the source - these people are so desperate to get their vicious dogs back, they will do and say anything. They are incapable of keeping other people's dogs safe from theirs, so they want to deflect from that fact by complaining about the shelter. I have a dog and I am an animal lover, and I hate to see dogs put down because their owners are stupid. But they allowed their dogs to get out and kill someone else's dog. And that was their THIRD attack. Their credibility is pretty low. I know the full time animal control officers and I doubt they torture or mistreat dogs.

From: Animal advocate defends Schenectady shelter

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