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Why was the zoning for a property targeted by a proposal for Stewart's Shops changed from light commercial to residential by the comprehensive plan?

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 The village board is set to make a decision on the application at the public hearing scheduled for Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at the village hall.

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John McCullen, 50, of Altamont, failed standard field sobriety tests and later registered a blood alcohol content of .18, the according to a release from the district attorney's office.

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“You make mistakes,” Young said of the investigation by the Attorney General's office of a "misappropriation of funds." “You don’t get to vet everything as much as you want to.”

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Robert M. Rabbin, Altamont

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The other day, my wife and I were out driving and, as has become our habit, the passenger checks one direction while the driver checks the other before moving through an intersection. Normal?

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Ed Cowley III, Altamont

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Rather than closing a school to solve the problem of empty classrooms, the Guilderland School Board will pursue filling the space with pre-kindergarten programs.

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James R. Greene, who headed the village planning board when Stewart’s was exploring options in Altamont, said it was “an outright fabrication” that the board had suggested purchasing property in order to resolve issues.

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GUILDERLAND — Developer Christopher Meyer has been appearing before the town board and the planning board for nearly 10 years seeking a zoning change for his subdivision along the Black Creek.

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