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Schenectady residency law squeezes assessor

Enforcement push under McCarthy faces challenge

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Assessor Tina Dimitriadis may lose her job this fall if she doesn’t move into the city. She recently moved from Troy to Colonie to help care for her elderly father in his duplex. She doesn’t want to uproot him, but she wants to keep her job. According to the mayor, she can’t have both. “The next assessor will live in the city of Schenectady,” Mayor Gary McCarthy said. Dimitriadis was hired by Mayor Brian U. ...


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cfield
February 6, 2013
7:05 a.m.

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She should try to join the PBA.

wmarincic
February 6, 2013
3:30 p.m.

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So McCarthy just picks and chooses who he will allow to live outside of Schenectady. Thats the liberal democrat way. As far as cfield and daily, what does this have to do with the police except you looking for a chance to bash them

brayden12
February 6, 2013
4:30 p.m.

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Try being a employee working @ ogs. They give pd raises on a yearly basis and just take more from us. Guess everyone can afford to pay mortgage and $7000 taxes on $15. an hour with 28 yrs of service. lets give golub/galessi/metro some more hugetax cuts and put it on the little guys..

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