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Historic home rehabs … historic headaches

Help available, but projects often pose long, costly efforts

221 Green St. in Schenectady's Stockade neighborhood is pictured on Sept. 14.
221 Green St. in Schenectady's Stockade neighborhood is pictured on Sept. 14.
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Tom Killeen sighs when someone brings up 221 Green St. It’s a gut reaction to the decade he spent working on the home. The local contractor makes a living buying properties and fixing them up. But for this home, it wasn’t enough to merely make it livable. He couldn’t demolish it. So he had a choice: fix it or lose money by letting it sit. Killeen completely refurbished the house. In just the past two ...


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