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Schenectady finishes year with small surplus

Mayor cites sewage plant savings in address

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Year one: two unrealistic dreams accomplished. Mayor Gary McCarthy announced Monday that the city managed to save more than the $1 million he projected a year ago with the takeover of the privately run sewage treatment plant. He also finished the year with a slight surplus, he said in his State of the City address, held at the beginning of the City Council meeting. But he acknowledged that much more must be done, and he ...


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artbarb
March 6, 2013
2:55 a.m.

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Just curious; if city has more revenue than expenses, why does article about the May 2013 BAN renewal state $66,800,000 will be borrowed when last year only $61,102,000 was borrowed? check out last year's BAN info: http://www.fiscaladvisors.com/statements...

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