Elizabeth Floyd Mair

GUILDERLAND — A Guilderland property owner says he will soon be forced to sell the Western Turnpike land he had rented to Victoria Acres Equine Facility for six years, so that he can concentrate on getting medical treatment.

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GUILDERLAND CENTER — Over the objections of about 10 residents who called the density too great for a rural-agricultural zone, the town’s planning board granted concept approval last month to Black Creek Estates, a conservation subdivision that will build a maximum of 20 houses between Hurst Road and Route 146.

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GUILDERLAND — Just 21 votes separated Bryan Clenahan and Christine Napierski July 26 at the Guilderland Democratic caucus, which was conducted using paper ballots rather than a voice vote or a show of hands because so many voters — 285 — turned up at Tawasentha Park.

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New town planner Kenneth Kovalchik is aware of the high level of interest among residents in having a planner look at the big picture of development in Guilderland. Several large projects await his review, including the development proposed for Hiawatha Trails Executive Golf Course.

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“What irritates me most about this case,” said town Supervisor Peter Barber in federal court, acting as attorney for one of the defendants, "is we are less than 72 hours before the start of this caucus.” He called the lawsuit “borderline frivolous.”

GUILDERLAND — As the July 26 Democratic caucus for town justice approaches, supporters of Bryan Clenahan and supporters of Christine Napierski are both raising problems with the competing candidate.

GUIILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board settled a number of tax certiorari cases in June that had been hung up in the courts for years, according to the town’s assessor, Karen Van Wagenen.

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Many of the speeches at Guilderland’s commencement ceremony on June 23 focused on the idea that life doesn’t always follow a neat design. For instance, Principal Thomas Lutsic told the class, he didn’t expect his parents to leave when he was 8, or that he’d end up never graduating from high school.

At the time of the 2018 graduation, Alyssa Gelfand, who died in a car crash a year ago, is remembered by her many friends and with a feature film and a scholarship.

The library handed out more than 100 of the new cards on June 28, the first day of the library’s summer reading program, according to library Director Timothy Wiles.

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