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GUILDERLAND — Raymond H. Keys, a fireman and devoted husband, died peacefully on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, at the Guilderland Center Nursing Home. He was 88.

Mr. Keys was born in Hebron, the son of the late George and Emma Weaver Keys.

Barry Nelson Uznitsky, Guilderland

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Jean Cataldo, the town clerk, who is also a Democrat, said there is a minimum requirement of 10 posted notifications for a caucus.

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Kathy Burbank, Guilderland

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WESTMERE — Audrey F. Bentz, a woman who “never met a stranger,” according to her family, died  peacefully on Sunday, July 26, 2015, with her daughters by her side. She was 89.

Mrs. Bentz was born in Schenectady on April 26, 1926, the daughter of the late Harry and Mabel R. (née Shaver) Fitzpatrick.

The driver told police he did not see anyone in the roadway, but heard a “thump and a woman’s scream,” said the accident report.

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Rick Georgeson, a representative for DEC Region 4, said, on Wednesday, that the spill had been caused by “a problem with the electric generation equipment at the hydroelectric dam” for the Watervliet Reservoir.

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“I feel confident we can construct a new building,” said Guilderland’s supervisor, Kenneth Runion, on Monday.

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GUILDERLAND — Guilderland’s 1802 Mynderse-Frederick House’s front door will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 20, for an open house, sponsored by the Guilderland Historical Society and the Guilderland Garden Club.

GUILDERLAND — The United States Army Corps of Engineers, responsible for cleaning up formerly used defense sites, is seeking community interest in forming a restoration advisory board for the former Army Depot located where the Northeastern Industrial Park is now located.

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