“Schenectady officials and the Capital Region Land Bank will work together to find a strategy for 34 more blighted properties in the city.
The City Council approved the agreement Monday. There isn’t a large expenditure of funds involved, and the collaboration won’t provide a resolution for the properties, only set a path to demolition or renovation.
But it is seen as another step in continuing a campaign that has seen nearly 200 derelict structures demolished in the city over the last several years.”
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