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    jonathancassidy Guest

    Clay courts Albany NY

    I am Jonathan Cassidy. I am the primary court attendant for Albany Tennis Club. http://albanytennisclub.com/

    We are a public club in a public park. Anyone can pay and play, season memberships are available through the web site.

    All courts are red clay. This club is over 100 years old and the courts are near that age.

    I am also an associate broker with Prudential Manor Homes, REALTORS. Contact me about Albany NY area property, including Troy and Schenectady.

    Jonathan Cassidy
    518.423.3510
    jcassidy@prudentialmanor.com

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    Hey Jonathan, welcome to TW! I hope you decide to stop by TW often and participate in the many discussions here.
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