Rensselaerville

RENSSELAERVILLE — Tennis coach Jim Neal will once again give tennis lessons five Saturday mornings starting July 25 in the hamlet of Rensselaerville at the Kessler Court on Methodist Hill Road.

Janet Haseley, research chairwoman, Rensselaerville Historical Society

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RENSSELAERVILLE — The town of Rensselaerville will hold its third annual town-wide picnic on Sunday, June 7, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on the grounds of the town hall to celebrate the unity of its five hamlets: Cooksburg, Medusa, Preston Hollow, Potter Hollow and Rensselaerville.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The Preservation League of New York State has given the Daniel Conkling House in Rensselaerville an award for Excellence in Historic Preservation.

The league's statewide awards program honors notable achievements in retaining, promoting, and reusing New York State's irreplaceable architectural heritage.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The town board discussed drafting a possible noise ordinance in an April 28 meeting that 10 residents attended.

The proposal was prompted by complaints Valerie Lounsbury said she has heard during her three years as supervisor.

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RENSSELAERVILLE — The Preston Hollow Beautification Committee Inc.  is holding a flower and bake sale on Mother’s Day  Weekend, May 8 through 10.

A special town board meeting will be held to discuss a draft noise-control law on April 28, at 7 p.m.

RENSSELAERVILLE — William J McChesney Jr., once a longtime treasurer for the Rensselaerville Presbyterian Church, spent his career with the same company and his summers in the same historic village.

After running the Medusa General Store where they perused its trinkets and treats as children, April Caprio and her husband, Jason, still have questions.

The historic venue for an annual chili contest and regular concerts in the hamlet of Rensselaerville may become more active with its administration controlled by a dedicated group, instead of the local church that owns the property.

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