Sean Mulkerrin

The approved expenditure puts to rest a lawsuit filed in November 2020 by Terry Markham against Albany County, its district attorney’s office, and Zahraa Majeed, who was employed by the office at the time of her rear-end collision with Markham.

During a recent New Scotland Town Board meeting, resident Jacob Kruzansky asked board members “to implement some kind of green initiative in the town so that we can do our part, we can help reduce the hassle for our neighbors, and you know, we can also contribute to the wellness of the environment as a whole.”

At the July meeting of the Albany County Legislature, members awarded projects for the Normanskill Bridge as well as multiple bridges over Onesquethaw Creek in New Scotland.

New Scotland Supervisor LaGrange told The Enterprise that he’d received a letter on Civil Service Employees Association letterhead stating employees in five departments were seeking to be represented by the public-sector union. 

In two Article 7 petitions filed on July 17 with Albany County Supreme Court, the owner of 125 Vista Boulevard, a parcel that lies in two towns in Vista Technology Park, requested that its Bethlehem assessment be lowered from $37.5 million to $20.25 million and its New Scotland assessment be reduced from $985,500 to $444,000. 

CM Fox Living Solutions LLC first proposed a 10-home development in September of last year.

On July 19, Christopher Beckmann requested that the Guilderland Zoning Board of Appeals grant him a variance from the town code requiring installation of a fire sprinkler system in his proposed business and for a public hearing on his special-use application.

In its Article 7 petition, filed July 24, Crossgates requested that an Albany County court lower its Guilderland assessment from $234.2 million to $102 million.

At the Guilderland Comprehensive Plan Update Committee’s most recent meeting, members heard consultant MJ Engineering’s draft vision for the plan while settling on subcommittees to flesh out the vision.

On July 18, Altamont trustees were presented with the early findings of a feasibility study commissioned some time last year to look at the possibility of a new, stand-alone Altamont firehouse. 


Subscribe to RSS - Sean Mulkerrin