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Schenectady rental inspection changes pulled for revision

Officials responding to concerns from landlords

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Just days before Monday’s public hearing, city officials have pulled their controversial legislation regarding rental inspections. They now plan to rewrite portions of it and then hold a new public hearing at some point. Assistant Corporation Counsel Carl Falotico said he decided to change the legislation after meeting with a landlords group, Schenectady Landlords Influencing Change. The legislation was controversial because it sharply increased the cost of mandatory rental inspections. But landlords had welcomed a ...


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