Sean Mulkerrin

In November, area residents came to the Voorheesville firehouse to voice their concerns over losing access to Route 719. This week, the Capital District Transportation Authority announced a two-phase plan that will bring a large portion of the route back into service. 

Are there consequences for not following the rules when putting on events in Altamont? 

Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy on Friday offered an update on the BusPatrol program, first rolled out in September, which equipped 59 South Colonie Central School District buses with cameras to record vehicles illegally passing stopped buses.

Jean Conklin closed Hungerford Market at the end of 2022.

The track drop-off held up traffic on Main Street in Altamont for a total of approximately 45 minutes on Jan. 5, with the first closure lasting about 25 minutes and the second about 20, according to Altamont Free Library Director Joseph Burke. 

In 1956, Harry Simmons purchased two parcels of land from the McKown Farm Realty Corporation. Two years later, he sold 6.4 acres to Stuyvesant Plaza Inc. But Simmons “inadvertently omitted a small parcel of land from the conveyances to Stuyvesant Plaza,” according to a Jan. 3 lawsuit filed by the shopping center.

At the New Scotland Planning Board’s Dec. 6 meeting, Ron Kay was given the OK to install the foundation on the second building of his development near the intersection of routes 85 and 85A.

GUILDERLAND — When the Guilderland Planning Board heard a recent proposal for an 8,000-square-foot medical-office building, it turned out to be a rare case of a resident offering only positive feedback on a project. 

The complaint states that, in the early morning hours of Sept. 9, 2021, Britney Lomio, 27, gestured to her mother, Roberta Princiotto, that she was choking.

The New Scotland Town Board on Dec. 14 named a new Natural Resource Inventory Committee, passed a long-in-the-works hamlet zoning-law update, and set a public hearing to update the town’s solar law.


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