Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Survivors of child sex abuse say they will continue to press the New York State Senate to allow a vote on the Child Victims Act — which would extend the statute of limitations, giving child victims more time to process their abuse and come forward. The Act has passed with bipartisan support in the Assembly, but has been stonewalled in the Senate.  ​

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Two nurses at The Grand in Guilderland Center were arrested for forcibly administering medication. They were reported by other staff members and immediately suspended, says management.

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GUILDERLAND — Dennis Feeney, a Democrat representing part of Guilderland, was elected majority leader of the Albany County Legislature last Thursday, following the resignation of Gary Domalewicz, who had been in the position for just three months.

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Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy

The town of Guilderland will sign a memorandum of understanding with the New York State Office of Real Property Tax Services, agreeing to undergo townwide revaluations on a regular cycle of every four — or, at most, five — years.

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Frederick Wagner plans to mine five acres on Stitt Road and last month got a permit from the DEC to do so, but he still needs a permit from the town.

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GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Food Pantry will move, in July, to a larger home that is closer to the center of town, said Susan Hennessy, who, together with her husband, Mark Hopper, has directed the pantry for five years.

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Guilderland’s town board approved one rezone to Planned Unit Development, on Winding Brook Road near the YMCA. Another PUD for Hiawatha Trails Land Development is currently being considered by the planning board and faces stiff public opposition. ​

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Movies and clothing available in Westmere keep Indians in Guilderland connected to their homeland.

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Three positions are open on the Guilderland Public Library’s board of trustees. Two seats that were appointed are up, and those board members both plan to run. Seven other town residents have also expressed interest.

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The town is looking to replace highway Superintendent Steve Oliver, who resigned more than a year before his term was up.

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