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Scotia apartment owner to face trial

Village claims flood repairs done improperly

The owner of a Scotia apartment building flooded out by Tropical Storm Irene has been cited by the village for code violations for allegedly doing repairs incorrectly and without proper permits.
Ben Banerjee faces a trial in village court on Sept. 27 for not obtaining the permits to work on the building at 5-7 Livingston Ave
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The owner of a Scotia apartment building flooded out by Tropical Storm Irene has been cited by the village for code violations for allegedly doing repairs incorrectly and without proper permits. Ben Banerjee faces a trial in village court on Sept. 27 for not obtaining the permits to work on the building at 5-7 Livingston Ave
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The owner of a Scotia apartment building flooded out by Tropical Storm Irene has been cited by the village for code violations for allegedly doing repairs incorrectly and without proper permits. Ben Banerjee faces a trial in village court on Sept. 27 for not obtaining the permits to work on the building at 5-7 Livingston Ave., which was condemned last September following flooding from the Mohawk River. Banerjee said he was trying to accomplish the ...


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seawitch1313
September 3, 2012
11:34 a.m.

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So being grandfathered in means you are allowed to rent an unsafe place for people to live? Stupid is as stupid does. sheesh!

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