Price Chopper still cool with knocking down historic church for yet another grocery store

Kenneth Crowe for The Times Union:

The City Council voted 3-0 Tuesday night to rezone the 3.5-acre St. Patrick’s Church site, clearing the way for the historic building to be knocked down and replaced with a grocery store.

Nigro Companies’ plans call for razing the church, rectory, school and six residences to clear the site for the supermarket and the two other buildings.

At least the demolition of a historic building is worth is as there’s clearly no grocery stores at all nearby.

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