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Utica United Party Candidates Meet to Discuss Platform

Candidates of the Utica United Party gathered today to discuss urban renewal in the city. The party met on Lincoln Avenue in front of some urban renewal buildings that may be placed on the demolition list.
Candidates of the Utica United Party gathered today to discuss urban renewal in the city. The party met on Lincoln Avenue in front of some urban renewal buildings that may be placed on the demolition list.
Monday’s gathering centered around the new Oneida County Habitat for Humanity Re-Store opening in South Utica. Candidates say the Re-Store goes hand-in-hand with their platform which includes plans for urban renewal, safe neighborhoods, economic development and infrastructure improvement.
"It's lower cost to send materials to a landfill, it benefits Re-Store, Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, or other material re-use centers in that they get materials at low cost or no cost and then those materials can be sold at low cost,” said candidate Robert Clemente.
The Re-Store is set to open at the beginning of the year.

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