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To the Editor:

Rensselaerville Town Clerk Kathy Hallenbeck is retiring after 40 years of dedicated service.

 A dessert reception will be held on Sunday, Jan. 5, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Rensselaerville Town Hall for all the residents who wish to stop in.

To the Editor:

We are just around the corner from the New Year and with that comes the barrage of hopes and resolutions for 2014, many of which center around the virtue of being healthier.

To the Editor: 

We held our 24th Community Christmas Sing at the First United Methodist Church in Voorheesville on Sunday evening. 

Members from the community and other churches joined us; it was a wonderful evening.

To the Editor:

I am writing to express my opposition to the latest proposed expansion of Crossgates Mall.

To the Editor:

Maybe one of the conditions of the Crossgates Mall proposal should be a three-lane entrance from the Thruway and Northway.

This is always a congested place at this time of year.

Anne Anderson
Guilderland

To the Editor:

On Dec. 15, the New Salem Volunteer Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary hosted its sixth Annual Teddy Bear Tea with Mrs. Claus.  Tea sandwiches, Christmas cookies, tea, and hot chocolate, all prepared by the auxiliary, were enjoyed with the 35 children and 35 adults in attendance.

To the Editor:

The town of Knox held a comprehensive plan update workshop that was open to all residents of Knox on Nov. 26.   The goals of the workshop were to review draft questions for a public survey that were developed from an Aug. 20 workshop, and to propose additional questions. 

To The Editor:

I commend The Enterprise on the editorial in this week’s Dec. 12, issue: “Amend the law so aging farmers can keep farming their land.”  This so hits the nail on the head!

To the Editor:

As the year 2013 is drawing to a close, we of the Women's Auxiliary to the Knox Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank everyone who generously supported us in our community projects.

We want to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

To the Editor:

Like many concerned residents in Guilderland and especially those with children in the school district, I have been following the cyberbullying story, telling of how four Guilderland high school teens have been arrested.

To the Editor:

I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to all of those who braved the weather on Saturday and came to the reception at the Berne Town Hall to wish me well on my upcoming retirement from my position of Berne town clerk.

To the Editor:

This may not be a very popular opinion but, after just reading an article about a boy being hit in Middleburgh, I felt a more compelling need to write this letter beyond me just being frustrated with people walking out in front of vehicles approaching crosswalks or vehicles stopping traffic dead to allow people to cross.

To the Editor:

I would like to thank the Albany County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Craig Apple for the Hilltown Christmas party for the Hilltown children.

To the Editor:

Last Wednesday, Dec. 4, the Kiwanis Club of the Helderbergs sponsored a presentation by Robert Price of Knox at the Octagon Barn, to discuss how the ancient Greeks made the Antikythera Mechanism.

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