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Albany mayoral candidates meet, debate

Environment among issues for hopefuls

Albany mayoral candidates sit on on panel, responding to questions at the 2013 Albany Mayoral Forum on Sustainability at the Linda in Albany. From l-r: candidates Corey Ellis,  Joseph Sullivan,  Jesse Calhoun, Kathy Sheehan and Marlon Anderson.
Albany mayoral candidates sit on on panel, responding to questions at the 2013 Albany Mayoral Forum on Sustainability at the Linda in Albany. From l-r: candidates Corey Ellis, Joseph Sullivan, Jesse Calhoun, Kathy Sheehan and Marlon Anderson.
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Riverfront development, climate change and whether city residents should be allowed to own chickens were among the topics discussed and debated Tuesday by the five candidates for mayor of Albany at a public forum on sustainability. The forum, sponsored by WAMC/Northeast Public Radio and the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, gave the candidates the opportunity to share their knowledge and ideas on local, state and national environmental issues. Appearing at the forum ...


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