Sean Mulkerrin

Troy Miller is looking to subdivide roughly 13 acres into 11 lots, his engineer Stephen Walrath told Altamont zoning board members on Tuesday. 

 Bernard Radtke’s court papers argue Thomas Ensslin either knew or “should reasonably have known” that Radtke was the owner of one the area’s largest “commercial hauling, land clearing, and heavy-equipment companies,” and that Radtke had planned to use Ensslin’s property for his business. 

The plan from Carver Companies was presented to the Guilderland Development Planning Committee during an early-morning meeting on Tuesday.

There appears to be a disconnect between the town of Guilderland and the state Department of Environmental Conservation over the definition of tree-clearing. 

Guilderland Realty Partners, LLC is proposing a three-story, 93,600-square-foot indoor climate-controlled self-storage facility at 1583 and 1593 Western Ave.

The club recently submitted formal plans to the town of Guilderland seeking to change its zoning designations from rural agricultural and single-family residential to that of a Country Hamlet District.

The Guilderland Planning Board OK’d the site plan with conditions it would like to see the zoning board, the lead agency, impose on the applicant, Kyle Trestick. 

Elliot and Nancy Greene, the across-the-street neighbors of Bernard Radtke, were before Guilderland’s zoning board on Sept. 7 looking to appeal a determination made by the town’s zoning administrator, which said Radtke was allowed to keep more than one large commercial dumpster on his property. 

The answer as to why it’s taking so long for some to receive their mail is the same whether it’s the official line from United States Postal Service, local postal employee answering complaints directly on Facebook, Congressman Paul Tonko, or anyone who follows the news: There just aren’t enough workers to get the job done. 

The village board authorized Mayor Kerry Dineen to sign and submit a letter of intent to apply for a New York Forward grant program.


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