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Local projects get state funding

Johnstown, Broadalbin among recipients

December 12, 2013

ALBANY — The city of Johnstown was awarded $200,000 to renovate downtown, and the town of Broadalbin will receive $500,000 for a park the town has been planning for years....

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racingman

Dec-12-13 4:42 PM

What a waste. Is the Mayor of Broadalbin going to partrol the new park like he does in the Village of Broadalbin. How can state funds go for a park when the mayor of Broadalbin won't let famalies use the little park in the village on Sundays. I am sure he will think he can kick people out of the new park just like the one in the village. If you ask him Sundays are for church and family. Will you need to request permission from King Christopher I mean Mayor Christopher to use the new town park

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TiredOfTax

Dec-12-13 2:13 PM

I say that this money was wasted! LEAVE the money in the taxpayers pockets! Redistribution for voter support... corruption!

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PAMOJA

Dec-12-13 12:55 PM

$700,000 would be a nice shot in the arm for the local schools too. Can anyone say election year? PORK??

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