When Cindy and her husband, Ken, purchased their home, the plan was to rehab the property, rent it, and move to the suburbs within three years. But the strong appeal of Troy quickly changed those plans. What began with a toddler at the sprinkler park and playground became hikes at nearby Peebles Island, visits to The Waterfront Farmers Market and eventually, a van full of 5 boys at any cultural, educational, or arts events or locations that the city had to offer. When she’s not managing rental properties throughout the Capital Region or volunteering extensively within her community or sons’ schools, Cindy enjoys working on her ‘urban farm,’ growing fruits and vegetables, raising chickens, keeping bees, and sharing the processes and products with neighbors. A livable, growing, connected, and sustainable city is her goal for Troy.
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