Troy's mayor, police chief discuss recent violence with community

September 24, 2019 02:48 PM

TROY - After a violent week in Troy that included a homicide, the police chief and the mayor want to hear what you have to say.

An informational meeting concerning the current rash of violence in Lansingburgh, organized by the Lansingburgh Neighborhood Association, was taking place Monday night at Knickerbacker Middle School on 7th Avenue.


Organizers say the community and city leaders need to work together to protect the neighborhoods.

Hear about some of their concerns by watching the video of Karen Tararache's story.


Karen Tararache

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