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Saratoga Springs mayor decides against re-election bid

Saratoga Springs Mayor Scott Johnson, left, joins Joe Masher of Bow Tie Cinemas, center, and Sonny Bonacio of Bonacio Construction to announce plans in October 2012 for Bow Tie to open an 11-screen movie theater at 19 Railroad Place.
Saratoga Springs Mayor Scott Johnson, left, joins Joe Masher of Bow Tie Cinemas, center, and Sonny Bonacio of Bonacio Construction to announce plans in October 2012 for Bow Tie to open an 11-screen movie theater at 19 Railroad Place.
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Saratoga Springs Mayor Scott Johnson will not seek a fourth term this fall. This will be the sixth and final year in office for the city native and Republican, whose tenure included the creation of a new recreation center, a parking garage on Woodlawn Avenue and weathering tough economic times early in his administration. “It has been an honor and privilege to serve our city as your mayor,” Johnson said in a news release Saturday ...


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