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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Pizza King


Web References(11 Total References)


www.dailygazette.com

Pizza King owner Jon Camaj ate there shortly after Bombers opened.
Although he's one of the few restaurants open late - and thus in direct competition with Bombers - he had no hard feelings. "Their wings are good. I don't have wings," he said.


www.schenectadymetroplex.com [cached]

Schenectady, N.Y., November 21, 2007 -- The Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority today announced that John Camaj, downtown Schenectady's "Pizza King" will relocate from to 122 Jay Street making way for a new development on State Street called Clinton Square.
John Camaj, owner of Pizza King said, "Metroplex has helped me find a new location and I am very pleased to be staying in downtown Schenectady. I look forward to serving my customers at the new location for many years to come." Camaj will lease space at 122 Jay Street. The building was recently purchased and will be renovated as a mixed use complex with apartments on the top two floors and the Pizza King occupying approximately 1,700 square feet at street level. Metroplex will buy out the lease on Camaj's existing space at 469 State Street for $40,000. When Metroplex purchased 469 State Street, the development agency told Camaj that the building was in such poor that he needed to relocate.


www.schenectadymetroplex.org [cached]

Schenectady, N.Y., November 21, 2007 -- The Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority today announced that John Camaj, downtown Schenectady's "Pizza King" will relocate from to 122 Jay Street making way for a new development on State Street called Clinton Square.
John Camaj, owner of Pizza King said, "Metroplex has helped me find a new location and I am very pleased to be staying in downtown Schenectady. I look forward to serving my customers at the new location for many years to come." Camaj will lease space at 122 Jay Street. The building was recently purchased and will be renovated as a mixed use complex with apartments on the top two floors and the Pizza King occupying approximately 1,700 square feet at street level. Metroplex will buy out the lease on Camaj's existing space at 469 State Street for $40,000. When Metroplex purchased 469 State Street, the development agency told Camaj that the building was in such poor that he needed to relocate.


www.handsoffmyhome.org [cached]

In March 2005, John Camaj, the owner of Pizza King at 469 State Street, said that the construction aimed at giving State Street a makeover kept customers away from his small business, which was already struggling to survive on the City's main strip.[2]


portland.bizjournals.com [cached]

When Jon Camaj, owner of Pizza King on State Street in downtown Schenectady, first heard he could apply for a loan to help get through the lean times caused by the State Street reconstruction project, he wasn't interested.The pizza parlour is making do despite the streetwork and the family has three kids in college.Camaj didn't want to add to his debt load.


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