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Transfinder founder named Patroon, opens building

Transfinder Corporation, held its ribbon cutting ceremony for its new company headquarters at 440 State Street on Thursday afternoon. Antonio Civitella, founder, president & CEO, was made a Schenectady Patroon by Mayor Gary McCarthy at the ceremony.
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Transfinder Corporation, held its ribbon cutting ceremony for its new company headquarters at 440 State Street on Thursday afternoon. Antonio Civitella, founder, president & CEO, was made a Schenectady Patroon by Mayor Gary McCarthy at the ceremony.
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For entrepreneur Tony Civitella, Thursday afternoon was like Christmas morning. The president and CEO of Transfinder kicked off the opening of his company’s brand new headquarters with a ribbon-cutting, hors d’oeuvres and champagne, listened to the mayor proclaim Oct. 10 Transfinder Day in the city, and accepted a surprise Patroon Award, the highest honor one can receive in the city of Schenectady. And he got to celebrate it all with friends, family and co-workers. “Wow,” ...


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robbump
October 12, 2013
1:29 p.m.

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Wow. You tear down a historical and unique building and you get named a Patroon! Way to go, Mayor. What other buildings can we destroy and award patroonships to?

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