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To the Editor:

I have been a neighbor and good friend of Mark Grimm for over 10 years. I have seen first-hand how committed he is to improving Guilderland.

He has spent countless hours listening to people's concerns. He always does his homework and strives to make a difference.

To the Editor:

Mark Grimm wears no mask. He is dedicated and honest.

He wants what the people want and need. He knows his job and will serve to the best of his ability.

Betty and Harold Gabree
Guilderland residents for 36 years. 

To the Editor:

With Halloween and the holiday season fast approaching, it’s easy to get caught up in everything you want and need. But this year, think of the less fortunate people.

To the Editor:

My purpose in writing this letter is twofold. First, I would like to thank the citizens of the town of Berne for having allowed me to serve as Berne town clerk for the past 34 years. It has been both an honor and a privilege.

To the Editor:

Filmmaker Bruce Kennedy will show a rough edit of his documentary Righteous Rebellion: America’s Anti-Rent War on Privilege on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the Octagon Barn in Knox. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of the Helderbergs, this will be the only screening in Albany County.

To the Editor:

Last week, the interim superintendent made the decision that that long-time boys’ varsity basketball coach, Andy Wright, would not be coaching this year. That decision was made without any discussion with Athletic Director Tom Galvin.

To the Editor:

Here we go again, as the state has a loose-change, scratch-off ticket that is exactly what I believe it is giving the Hilltowns by its refacing State Route 85.

NEW SCOTLAND — On Sunday, Nov. 3, from 2 to 4 p.m., the New Scotland Historical Association will be hosting the program, “Coping with Life’s Necessaries: The Down and Dirty Story of Life Without Plumbing,” at the Wyman Osterhout Community Center in New Salem.

To the Editor:

If you on the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board decide at your Oct. 21 meeting to not hire Coach Andy Wright, shame on you…

To the Editor:

The Cub Scouts Pack 79 would like to invite everyone to donate any scrap metal that they may have lying around.  The money will help fund a trip we have planned for Washington, D.C. in the spring.

To the Editor:

It’s time for a change in the town of Berne. 

A previous town supervisor plainly stated, “No one in Berne will have cable unless everyone has cable.”  I knew then that would not happen. 

To the Editor:

The campaign materials left at our door for Ken Weaver for another term as Berne highway superintendent prompted me to write this letter.

To the Editor:

Among the four candidates for the two open positions on the Berne Town Board, my first vote will go to Joe Golden, our deputy supervisor. Why?

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