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Dip in new city pool among November ’82 happenings (with photo gallery)

Schenectady Mayor Frank J. Duci awards certificates of appreciation to neighborhood watch presidents in November 1982. From left are Michael Hilton of the Union Street group, Frank Bala of Mont Pleasant, Sgt. Ray Wemple of the Schenectady Police Department, Duci and Shirley Meuse of Central State Street.
Schenectady Mayor Frank J. Duci awards certificates of appreciation to neighborhood watch presidents in November 1982. From left are Michael Hilton of the Union Street group, Frank Bala of Mont Pleasant, Sgt. Ray Wemple of the Schenectady Police Department, Duci and Shirley Meuse of Central State Street.
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It was a little too early for ice in Schenectady on Thursday, Nov. 18, 1982. Glen Gibbs would have disagreed — he felt pretty frosty when he took a late autumn swim on Front Street. The city of Schenectady dedicated its new swimming pool in the neighborhood that day and Glen, a member of the city’s Planning Department, either volunteered or was ordered to try out the brand new outdoor bathtub. “Gibbs was the first ...


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