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Editor's Note: Sixth in a series of articles about the nine candidates seeking the Ward II, Ward III and Ward V seats on the Albany City Commission in the Nov. 2 municipal election.
ALBANY -- There will be at least one new face -- and one familiar face -- when the Albany City Commission convenes in January. The other face? ... That'll have to be decided on Nov. 30.
ALBANY -- A rapturous crowd gathered around the man of the hour at around 8:45 Tuesday night, chanting the name that had become such a flashpoint in the Albany City Commission Ward III runoff election: "Dip! Dip! Dip! Dip! Dip."
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