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July 23, 2007

Albany --  Albany's expert economist, who's also a Water, Gas, and Light commissioner, is leaving town.  

Dr. Amit Singh has accepted a position as a Dean of a School of Business and Computer Science in Pennsylvania.

Singh has only served on the Water, Gas and Light board for six months, but says it's one of the most important positions he held in his eleven years in Albany.

"This is a $100 Million business," he said. "What you do here makes a difference to the community, to people and to Water, gas and light so I think it's a very Important role that you play as a commissioner to this commission and I really enjoyed my role and there's so much you can do and so much difference you can make."

Singh leaves Thursday for his new position at Montgomery County Community College.

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