Elizabeth Floyd Mair

GUIILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board settled a number of tax certiorari cases in June that had been hung up in the courts for years, according to the town’s assessor, Karen Van Wagenen.

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Many of the speeches at Guilderland’s commencement ceremony on June 23 focused on the idea that life doesn’t always follow a neat design. For instance, Principal Thomas Lutsic told the class, he didn’t expect his parents to leave when he was 8, or that he’d end up never graduating from high school.

At the time of the 2018 graduation, Alyssa Gelfand, who died in a car crash a year ago, is remembered by her many friends and with a feature film and a scholarship.

The library handed out more than 100 of the new cards on June 28, the first day of the library’s summer reading program, according to library Director Timothy Wiles.

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If the governor signs the bill into law, the Pine Bush Commission will be able to move more quickly to purchase undeveloped properties.

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Irina Orshansky, owner of Bella Fine Jewelry LLC in Hamilton Square, wants to “materialize people’s dreams” with her custom designs.

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GUILDERLAND — New, wider, better-marked bicycle lanes along Route 20 from Crossgates Mall to the main entrance to the University at Albany are part of a $730,000 repaving project that started on June 25 and is to be finished in a month.

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GUILDERLAND — By day, he works at Guilderland’s transfer station, recycling paper and cardboard, glass and metal. In his free time, he runs Aggressive Metal Works, forging super-heated metal into hammers and axes and building scrap-metal monsters, snarling dragons, and Star Wars spacecraft.

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Sindi Saita

A year ago, The Enterprise wrote about customer complaints against Sindi Saita for dresses that arrived too late to alter or that never arrived at all. Now Saita is facing two judgments against her, from a landlord and a seamstress, both demanding money owed. She continues to be a member of the zoning board of appeals.

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Also, the developer for Hiawatha Trails still wants to build 256 apartments on Route 155 across from the Farnsworth Middle School, but will need to submit a new application, and has given up on including an office building.

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