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Cleanup to shift jobs off Broadway

National Grid old gas site highly polluted

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An environmental cleanup of a 9-acre site along Broadway west of Interstate 890 has forced National Grid to temporarily relocate some of its city workforce to Glenville. The site, located at 734-790 Broadway, was once home to a manufactured gas plant that supplied Schenectady homes and businesses with fuel for heating, cooking and lighting. It was built in 1903 by the Mohawk Gas Company and acquired in 1950 by the Niagara Mohawk Power Company, today ...


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