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If These Walls Could Talk

St. Anthony’s church got on the road to restoration and becoming a community arts center; Ed Keegan’s vacant building in Hudson sported messages decrying the city’s threats to seize it by eminent domain and flinging barbs at the mayor; Jim Coyne offered to buy the Washington Avenue Armory from the state, then Albany decided it might want the building for a new library, so for now, the sale to Coyne is off, he’s suing the state, and the building remains vacant; Albany’s other vacant buildings, like the Wellington Hotel, were inventoried, and plans are afoot to fix some up; Building 36 on the GE campus—just one over from the one with the big sign—was demolished despite protests from Schenectady preservationists.

Chris Shields

Teri Currie

John Whipple

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Leif Zurmuhlen

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