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John DeBois talks about the Hudson Park Association in Albany

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John Debois is extremely passionate about the city of Albany and his
neighborhood. After purchasing a home in the Hudson/Park, Center Square
neighborhood, he took on the position of President of the Hudson Park
Association. The Hudson/Park Neighborhood Association (H?PNA) is a not for
profit organization committed to providing owners, tenants and business with
advocacy and resources that assure a high quality of life and sense of
community. The neighborhood demographic is diverse; providing a vibrant,
urban living experience of all residents.
"I find the neighborhood exciting and as a resident I'm committed to working
with other home owners to keep the area alive and connected to the pulse of
the city, says John, my committee members  are also dedicated  to making the
city a better place to live."
After getting his degree in Computer Science from Clemson University, John
started his career in the Aerospace industry as a Software Engineer.
Originally from Long Island, John relocated to Albany in 2008 where he began
working for a locally technology startup, Rational Enterprise. Still there,
John leads a team responsible for developing legal software applications.


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