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Stack of chips gone, but McCarthy can't stop rolling dice

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Schenectady taxpayers shouldn’t be heaving a sigh of relief over Mayor Gary McCarthy’s budget proposal, which would raise taxes far less than most observers were expecting. The reason was touched on briefly at Monday’s City Council meeting by Councilman Carl Erikson. The issue is McCarthy’s decision to pay only a portion of the city’s pension obligation next year, instead borrowing $1.36 million from the state. The full amount (representing roughly 4 percent on the tax ...


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SchenectadyScott
October 3, 2012
10:37 a.m.

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"What will he do next year?"...What he should do is resign in shame..and live a quiet life on his fat County pension....

wmarincic
October 3, 2012
11:01 a.m.

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King Gary who stole the election from Roger Hull and the idiots in Schenectady that keep voting democrat, you all get what you deserve, it's a hard life to live and you get what you give.

SchenectadyScott
October 3, 2012
2:20 p.m.

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But that pimple can not get squeezed any more.....the puss is all dried up by the County Capo Gardener and his mouthpiece Hughes and Company....

justapto
October 3, 2012
6:51 p.m.

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It is ALL Schenectady, The city is in the county and the county surrounds the cit
People in surrounding counties and towns don't differentiate this fact.
The county and city should merge and cut costs for the rest of us Schenectadians!
Fools are running the ship and the loading docks.

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