Sean Mulkerrin

After spending over two of their four years attending high school amid a pandemic, members of the Clayton A. Bouton Class of 2022 are heading out into the world.   

A Voorheesville resident is home after a long stay in the hospital. The Albany County Sheriff’s Office says Patrick Weaver put himself there by putting his neighborhood at risk. But Weaver said there’s more to that story. 

“We’re not in business right now,” Tastee Treat Ice Cream shop owner Jeff Clark told The Enterprise on Wednesday. Asked if the shop was closed permanently, Clark said, “We might be. We very well might be.”

The public hearing was kept open for written comments only until the commission’s next meeting, currently set for July 5. 

Built in the city of Albany in 1994, the 437,286-square-foot outdoor shopping center Crossgates Commons is home to big-box retailers like Home Depot and At Home. The retail center had $29.8 million in debt spread across two loans whose original value was $32.5 million due May 1. 

According to Altamont’s latest drinking-water quality report, from 2021,  average demand in the village is about 189,000 gallons per day.  Altamont Superintendent of Public Works Jeff Moller said on June 9 that demand is now “pushing” 260,000 gallons per day. 

Developer Armand Quadrini recently submitted an application to the town of Guilderland proposing a Planned Unit Development on five parcels from 2298 to 2314 Western Ave., including the site of the former Master Cleaners, currently designated a brownfield by the state’s Department of Conservation.

On Monday, at about 3 p.m., the Albany County Sheriff’s 9-1-1 center received a call for a resident requesting medical assistance at 7 Lexington Court, according to a Facebook post from Sheriff Craig Apple. 

On June 1, Guilderland’s zoning board said Town Center plaza could no longer use its LED sign for three displays that were not previously approved by the board.

 Not long after New Scotch, LLC filed trademark applications for some of its whiskeys, the New Scotland company drew unwanted attention from the Scotch Whisky industry’s powerful and litigious trade organization. 


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