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Weinberg Foundation donates $1 million to SOWEGA Council on Aging September 18, 2014
It would seem to be in the city's best fiscal interest, given the city-owned civic center and its close proximity to the Hilton, to promote that pairing as the "signature" hotel and convention center. The Heritage House owners claim it can be rehabilitated but are making no progress toward that, and in the meantime it just sits there a blight, devaluing adjacent property as an eyesore and public safety hazard.
Make the people who own it demolish it.You can do it.You are the law,and the Court System.I have seen the Court System do things that should not have been done.So if they can do that they can make this building fall.And not at Albany s expense.Use your heads Nathan,and if that dont work,bring out your Guns.City of Albany has pussyfooted around this long enough.I know there has to be aspestos there,and i know all kinda other nasty things.Its a Health issue.And If Nathan cant do it,Let Ralf.He can getem going.