On Thursday, Nov. 14, Guilderland Central School District residents are asked to cast their vote on two proposed building projects totaling $18.2 million. If approved by voters, the projects will address various essential internal and external building improvements districtwide.
We would like to thank the Berne-Knox-Westerlo Central School District community for its valuable input regarding our 2002-2012 varsity basketball coach, Andy Wright, and the future of our varsity basketball program.
If you’ve been to our assisted living community, you would probably notice the dogs that roam the hallways, greeting guests and residents. While we have our live-in dog, Buddy, there are also several staff members who bring their pups to work on a regular basis.
On a beautiful afternoon at Tawasentha Park, the Guilderland community gathered with friends, colleagues, and family to support the Friends of Guilderland Athletics concert fund-raiser for freshman sports and the Rodino Family.
I received a call from a reporter from The Enterprise last week. The first question asked was regarding playing time. Playing time is always an issue in sports, especially in basketball as there are only five on the court at once.
My political career is very short. I was elected to the Knox Town Board two years ago and had been the freshman until Amy Pokorny came on board last year. As I have been learning the intricacies of town government, I have gained a great appreciation for what it takes to run our town.
As the coming election for Guilderland town supervisor approaches, I feel compelled to express my support for Supervisor Kenneth Runion. I have operated a number of businesses for the last 40 years in the town of Guilderland and also lived in the town a majority of that time.
I am mystified by Mark Grimm’s comments in response to questions printed in the Oct. 17 issue of The Altamont Enterprise. He felt the role of town supervisor included taking public positions on issues of other taxing authorities in the town.