Some pitching troubles for Voorheesville led to an early deficit on Monday.

Proposals were presented for planning at Voorheesville's "triangle" of Grove Street, Main Street, and Voorheesville Avenue, but a draft master plan won't be submitted until closer to the end of April.

ALTAMONT — The Altamont Stewart’s Shop wants to expand. A local property owner and Stewart’s entered a sales contract that could give the store room to grow, but local residents voiced their opposition to the expansion at Tuesday’s Altamont Village Board meeting.

Voorheesville's Amanda Gatt is a top pitcher for Siena College.

VOORHEESVILLE — On Saturday, April 18, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., the village of Voorheesville will be hosting a recycling collection event in the firehouse parking lot at 12 Altamont Road.

The Voorheesville Public Library has two openings on its board of trustees as it begins to redesign its programs and services.

The Voorheesville Central School District filed its $22.8 million draft budget with the state this month. Voters will decide on the budget and three propositions in May.

Voorheesville Teachers Association President Kathy Fiero expressed disappointment with the school board Monday, and said that the board has a responsibility to know what is going on with state tests.

Voorheesville's Main Street business district has never had a master plan. Now a committee with a hired consultant will share recommendations and listen to residents at a March 31 workshop.

To the Editor:

Lots of good stuff in your Feb. 26 issue.  I especially enjoyed the Guilderland service dogs article and the tributes to Roger the Sheriff.


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