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To the Editor:

Being new to the political scene, I have made two unsuccessful attempts to have my name on the ballot in the general election for the Rensselaerville town clerk. However, due to my desire to offer the town residents a real choice, I have chosen to launch a write-in campaign.

To the Editor:

Your full-page article on page 8 of The Enterprise on Oct.10, 2013 [online at www.altamontenterprise.com] was not complete.

To the Editor:

It is with great concern that I have read the last two letters to the editor from the currently seated Knox Town Board members.

To the Editor:

 Emerus: The Beginning is the title of a new book by local writer Benjamin Deer. It’s a fictional account of 18-year-old Johnny Engleheart, an average, outgoing teen who loves baseball and is close to his family.

To the Editor:

The article in last week’s Enterprise concerning the Guilderland Fire District’s referendum on a bond vote would be a good topic of discussion in civics — if the schools still taught civics.

To the Editor:

Thank you to all who supported the fifth year of the Voorheesville Farmers’ Market. It was wonderful to see so many people meeting neighbors and chatting.

To the Editor:

We received an anonymous donation to the Rodino family in the mail. We wanted to let that person know that the family did receive the check and were very touched at the gesture.  

To the Editor:

This is in response to last week’s article on the Guilderland Fire District’s vote to build a $ 3.9 million expansion to the Guilderland Fire Department facilities.

To the Editor:

My wife has Alzheimer 's disease. She was diagnosed over seven years ago with early onset Alzheimer’s.

To the Editor:

I am a longtime resident of Knox and I am certain we have much to be proud of here in Knox.  Our most obvious asset is the natural beauty of our town.  We have spectacular scenic views from most of our roads, and almost all of our residents can truthfully say they live in a beautiful setting. 

To the Editor:

The Eighth Annual Fall Festival, held Sept. 28 and 29, was inspired by all with two wonderful days of perfect fall sunshine, unlike the previous year with two days of cold rain and flooding.  It certainly turns the spirit around for everyone to enjoy. 

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