Sean Mulkerrin

The Altamont Village Board at its monthly meeting approved having the village’s engineer complete and submit a grant application to partially fund an emergency water connection to Guilderland.

NEW SCOTLAND – The town board at a special meeting on Wednesday, June 9, discussed possible clean energy projects that it would undertake were it to receive an $80,000 grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

A student at Voorheesville Middle School may be in trouble for tweets aimed at homosexuals.

Albany County District Attorney P. David Soares announced that he will hold a series of meetings for local residents to ask questions and have a discussion about what legalizing marijuana would mean for them.

Three Albany County legislators, who are also business owners, have formed a new caucus that will grade legislators based on their votes on measures related to small-businesses.

Speakers before the Albany County Legislature were about evenly divided as business owners and leaders of financially strapped not-for-profits opposed the bill while religious leaders and workers spoke in favor of it.

By summer 2019, Voorheesville hopes to have new sidewalks installed on Altamont Road and Maple and Voorheesville avenues.

Through modifications and installation of speciality equipment “aging in place” has become an option for elderly residents who wish to remain in their homes.

The first-ever master plan for John Boyd Thacher State Park was approved in 2013. This week, The Enterprise got an update with how it’s progressing.

James Olsen, the new owner of the site of the former Voorheesville Diner, said that there are plans for a new restaurant.


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