The same night that he was released, Guilderland Police observed Hawes driving while intoxicated at 1810 Western Ave.
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Members of the Guilderland Teachers’ Association — over 100 of them — turned out in force at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
The candidates have varied views on the $93.7 million budget proposal, on Common Core standards and required tests, on contracts, and on what should be done about excess classroom space in the district.
Residents voiced concerns about lack of trees and dangerous traffic on Route 20 as consultants discussed possible plans in a grant-funded study.
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