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Even though Jeff Clark traded in bond sales and boardrooms for ice cream and 600 square feet of nostalgia, the song remains the same: work. 

Christine Rem, a nurse and retired Army colonel, has spent a lifetime preparing for the role she has now created for herself — helping women veterans.

The Guilderland Planning Board this week heard about Sharon Fellowship Church’s proposal to purchase and renovate parts of the 40-acre Dutch Manor Stable property at 2331 Western Ave.

The vote comes after months and months of roundabout discussions between the town board and residents of Helderberg Lake, which is at risk of being removed if the high-hazard dam that allows its existence is not repaired in the near future.

All 10 candidates participated in an online forum hosted by The Enterprise and posted with this story.

Changes are coming to the area of town known as the New Scotland Hamlet. 

Hudson Valley Wireless General Manager Jason Guzzo told The Enterprise this week that the company is in the early stages of working out a proposal that aims to “provide broadband internet access to constituents” in Knox.

Signs have been taking a fair amount of time at recent Guilderland town and zoning board meetings. 

“Our infection rate continues to rise at an alarming rate, and we are likely not detecting the full level of community spread as many at-home COVID tests go unreported,” said Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy.

GUILDERLAND — For the second time this year, the Guilderland schools superintendent is informing residents that a Level 3 sex offender has moved into the district.

The last time Albany County issued a mask advisory was in early December. It was issued jointly with Schenectady County as infection rates, after Thanksgiving gatherings, surged, topping the rates from a year ago. The Delta variant was still dominant.

“This virus continues to spread at a rapid rate, though the number of individuals in our hospitals is remaining relatively low and stable for now,” said Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy on Friday. 

Crossgates’ tenants in 2020 reported total sales of $266.5 million, down from  $416.8 million in 2019, according to court papers — dueling appraisals of the mall from the town and Crossgates. 

Before the trial, on March 30, Watervliet had made a settlement offer in which the 2019 assessment of the main reservoir parcel would be reduced to $6 million, the 2020 assessment would be reduced to $5 million, and the 2021 assessment would be reduced to $4 million.

“He’s not gonna come in and plead guilty on an arraignment,” Jacob Klein’s lawyer told the press outside the courtroom.