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Niskayuna pushes back vote on Holocaust memorial

NISKAYUNA — The Town Board has postponed a vote on whether to approve a Holocaust Museum proposed for a parcel off Route 7.

The town had been scheduled to vote on a special use permit necessary for the construction of the memorial at its May 22 meeting. It has moved that vote to June 26.

Town officials said Tuesday the delay was requested by Dr. Michael Lozman, the Latham orthodontist who hopes to build the controversial $1.4 million memorial on 2 acres of land donated by Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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