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Schenectady County sheriff’s patrol base site decided

Western-county spot to save travel time, improve coverage area

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After more than a decade of fits and starts, the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Department has found a place to put a substation for its 10-member road patrol. Planning for the substation has centered around an acre of county-owned property at the corner of Route 7 and Bull Street in Duanesburg. Sheriff Dominic Dagostino said locating a post in the western end of the county will help solidify the law enforcement presence in an area where ...


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