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121. Western Gateway Bridge: Bridge which carrys New York State Route 5 across the Mohawk River and former Binnekill Creek between the Stockade ...  
122. Jump N Jacks: A ice cream and burger stand which has stood on the Scotia Side of the Western Gateway Bridge for more than 60 year...  
123. Central Park: Popular park created by Mayor George Lund in the 1920's during Schenectady's Golden Age. It features a lake with f...  
124. Mont Pleasant: A once working class polish neighborhood located on a pleateau west of Interstate 890 and along Crane Street. Once...  
125. GE Plot: An early subdivision southheast of Union College north of Brandywine Avenue constructed for managers and high level...  
126. Arbor Hill: A neighborhood north of Central Avenue, once middle and upper class, it declined into a dangerous and crime ridden ...  
127. City Hall: Famous for its golden dome.  
128. Erie Boulevard: A wide arterial that follows the old right of way of the Erie Canal after it was replaced with the New York State B...  
129. State Street: A once prosperous commerial arterial carrying NYS Route 5 through the City of Schenectady. Enters the City of Sche...  
130. Proctors: Famous theatre dating from the golden age of Schenectady. Home of a restored pipe organ named 'Goldie' and a resto...  
131. Hamilton Hill: An area east of Interstate 890, south of Nott Terrace, west of State Street (NY Route 5) and north of Brandywine Av...  
132. Jay Street: A street lined with small shops, partially converted to a pedestrian mall in Downtown between Street at Centre City...  
133. Centre City: A skating rink built in the 1980's at the corner of State Street and Jay Street.  
134. Killer Hill: Hill decending from the western bounds of Central Park to the shore Central Park Lake. Known to multiple generatio...  
135. Mayor of Guyana North: Refers to former Mayor Al Jurzinski, in office in the late 1990's. He is known for attempting to save the once pro...  
 
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1. This isn't actually Spanish, and isn't pronounced as such. It's actually an old Southern word for laundromat and it's pronounced "wash-uh-TEER-ee-uh", more like how you'd say the English "cafeteria", and not in some Latin way.

2. Another name for a laundromat, taken from Houston's rich "Spanglish" vernacular.

The pizza principle is a well-known economic law in New York that makes the price of either a slice of pizza or a subway ride increase when the other does. Also called the "pizza connection".

Vacuum cleaner.

1. Refers to the problems caused when I-93 was to be put under construction. There was a terrible allocation of funds, which caused many citizens to become infuriated with the city.

2. A massive underground highway project, the most expensive in U.S. history.

Red and green chile sauce together with the same dish.