Troy announces redevelopment plans for Proctor's Theater
After toying for years about what to do with the abandoned Proctor's Theater building, the city of Troy finally has some redevelopment ideas, and plans to request $5 million from the state to help carry them ...
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#1 Mar 9, 2009
Way to go Mayor! Great job in coming up with a plan for this grand old building. I see this building from my apartment window and I am happy that something good will happen here. My roommate/landlord is happy too. Chef Michael and I often sit on the loveseat eating leftover chicken parm and stare at the Proctor's building in frustration. Since something is going to be done with Proctor's maybe Michael won't run for city council? Hopefully he will move out of my apartment, he stinks garlic, cigars, and sweat.
Well,I hate to say it, you're doing good Mayor, i hope my high school hero Chappy doesn't screw it up.
#2 Mar 12, 2009
Doing the Bull dance, feeling the flow
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