Elizabeth Floyd Mair 

Promenade Senior Living

The county and state departments of health are both investigating after a resident has fallen ill. 

Charlie Muller, the pastor of two churches, one in Albany and the other in Colonie, runs gun-buyback programs and many programs to provide food to needy children. He wants to open a home in Guilderland to provide respite care for foster families. 

Donna Abbruzzese, seated in a golf cart

“I don’t think anybody opposes green energy, but it can’t be in your face, especially a project that big,” said Donna Abbruzzese at her home on Dunnsville Road. 

The owner of the rent-regulated apartment complex Omni Senior Living on Carman Road wants to sell, but the state and the new lender are both requiring the term of its PILOT agreements be extended before it will approve the sale. 

Guilderland’s highway department has not sprayed any pesticides in 2019, said Superintendent Greg Wier. 

The question of whose grave lies in the Cains’ backyard remains a mystery. 

Several residents spoke in favor of the town’s idea, but suggested taking it further. 

One difficulty school administrators often face when a child is murdered outside of school is that there is often a period of time when police are not forthcoming about what has happened and who has been harmed. 

Lynne Buchanan says this would streamline work in the two departments and save the town money. 

Jonathan Phillips, president of local company Phillips Hardware, has sold two of his stores to pay off the construction that he had started on a new store in Guilderland at routes 146 and 158. 


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