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Schenectady wants to add online services

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Schenectady’s City Hall may enter the 21st century soon, thanks to some software help from RPI students. The students are developing a program that would allow residents to reserve and pay for facilities online, from ball fields to the popular Central Park pavilion. Currently, residents must call the parks department, wait for a call back, ask for various dates until they find one that’s available, and then fill out a form by hand. When it’s ...

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January 28, 2013
12:58 a.m.

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How about the ability to pay city taxes online? Since every homeowner in Schenectady has to pay taxes four times a year, I'd assume there's even more demand for that than building permits and park reservations combined.