Schenectady


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a city of eastern New York on the Mohawk river

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Community College Located At 78 Washington Avenue, Schenectady, Ny.
Tush Nikollaj, Chairman and CEO of Logical Net, said, "We are thrilled that MetroPlex chose Logical Net as the preferred vendor in bringing Schenectady in the forefront for wireless Internet connectivity.
According to a 2004 InformationWeek survey, the chemicals industry spends an average 2 percent of revenue on IT annually; with iRenaissance, Schenectady spends only 0.
We are very excited for the citizens and visitors of Schenectady to have a convenient way to pay for parking," said Chris Wallin, City Engineer for Schenectady Traffic Services.
1261 Schenectady Avenue is a 75' x 120' building with approximately 54,600 square feet.
Gaoth Tec Teo, Galway, Ireland, has signed cooperation agreements with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagasaki, Japan, and with Cyclics, Schenectady, NY, to develop thermoplastic composite wind turbine blades for large scale wind power installations around the world.
In addition to the Buffalo division and the new Lancaster plant, Norampac has divisions in Leominster, Massachusetts and Thompson, Connecticut, as well as in New York City and Schenectady, New York.
Through a Web cam, the students from Schenectady City (N.
Graduate College of Union University, Schenectady, New York, USA; and ([dagger]) Albany Medical College, Albany, New York, USA
pleaded guilty in Schenectady County Court State of New York to one count of willful violation of the health laws and one count of falsification of business records, not the individual named in the article.
Specifically, GEPS will cut 1,000 jobs each at its manufacturing plants in Greenville, SC, and Schenectady, NY Additional reductions are expected across other Power Systems locations.
By restricting our focus to a single community-in this instance, Schenectady, New York, between the late seventeenth century and the present--it is possible to explore the connections among various aspects of death and dying" (p.
Schenectady International, Schenectady, NY, have agreed to form an alliance
David Wayman poses with Robo-Deer, an animatronic decoy designed to catch people illegally hunting from their vehicles, in Schenectady, N.
But this ain't St Andrews - this is Schenectady, in New York State, and they're playing the second annual golf tournament of the famed Scottish Games.