Schenectady, N.Y., faces an unstable financial future, but increased economic development and better long-term financial planning point to signs of progress, according to an audit by New York's state comptroller, Thomas DiNapoli.

"The ongoing efforts of the mayor and city officials to achieve cost savings and encourage economic growth have started Schenectady down the path to recovery," DiNapoli said.

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