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For the first time in 400 years, the city of Albany has a plan

Posted by Marie Cusick on

 

Despite Albany’s prominence as the state capital, over the years, large swaths of the city’s urban core have been either destroyed or in decline.

Earlier this year, for the first time in the city’s 400 year history, it adopted a comprehensive urban plan, aimed at turning things around. 

It outlines ways to improve everything from public transportation, to education, and affordable housing over the next 20 years.

Watch the full story above.

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