Harold J. Hughes Jr.

ALTAMONT — Harold J. “Hal” Hughes Jr. of Altamont, who was devoted to the law, died peacefully at Albany Medical Center on Thursday, June 30, 2022. He was 92.

The menu offerings at Indian Ladder Farms are a collaborative and creative effort between Executive Chef Luca Brunelle; his sous-chef, Laur Faljean; and their team; and reflect the two chefs’ different backgrounds in the culinary arts.

The process was difficult for both the school district and parents as well as the preschools, said Superintendent Marie Wiles, and she hopes some legislative or policy changes will be made statewide before next year.

Previously identified as Pyramids’ Rapp Road residential project, the 222-unit development — 192 apartments and 30 townhomes — has been branded by its developer as The Apex at Crossgates.

State Education Law requires a public hearing “that provides for the participation of school personnel, parents, students and any other interested parties” before a code is adopted by the school board.

Shirley Unser, Capital District Christian Women’s Connection

Jeff Orsini, Commander VFW Post 7062 Altamont

Judi Walters Dineen, Altamont Parade Committee

ALTAMONT —  John Pollard III had a fierce loyalty to Altamont.

Known to friends as “Jack,” Mr. Pollard died peacefully on Friday, June 24, 2022. He was 89.

Most of the tension centered around the proposed rule that a board chairperson “may announce rules that prescribe the time to be allotted to each speaker and the number of times each speaker may speak.”


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