SCHENECTADY – Edmund J. Laven, Jr. took a recent afternoon break.
Even for a retired contractor, holding a heavy sign for two hours a day can be taxing. But as the traffic light in front of Schenectady’s Town Hall changed and cars began to roll down Liberty Street, Laven held up his sign to the sky:
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