Guilderland

As snow fell, the Guilderland cross-country ski team traveled to Queensbury High School for the Queensbury Relays on Saturday morning, Dec. 31.

Having an off night shooting the rock, the Guilderland boys’ basketball team faced the Cadets from Albany Academy on Friday evening, Dec. 29, at Colonie High School in the Harold “Pep” Sand Holiday Basketball Challenge. The game was moved to Friday from Thursday due to bad weather.

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of Jan. 9. Call the senior office at 280-7607 with any questions or for information.

It isn’t just the chief of police.

The town’s reorganizational meeting on Tuesday announced a new member on the planning board and the retirement of two long-time town employees.

While Knox last month decided not to invest in an appraisal of its Altamont reservoir property, the village board on Tuesday committed to spending $11,000 for an appraisal to prove in court that the property should not be valued, or taxed, as a reservoir since it is no longer used for that purpose.

Playing with high intensity for the entire game, the Storm — made up of players from five schools: Guilderland, Mohonasen, Scotia-Glenville, Voorheesville, and Schalmont — beat the Queensbury Spartans, 3 to 2, Friday night before Christmas break.

Slow start, no problem for the Guilderland girls’ varsity basketball team on Tuesday morning at Amsterdam High School against Gloversville in the Amsterdam Holiday College Showcase; the Dutch beat the Dragons, 58 to 47.

One of the larger historical homes in Guilderland has been rezoned from single-family residential to business non-retail professional, to help the owners, who have been trying to sell it for years, find a buyer.

There may be three new assisted-living facilities in Guilderland’s future.

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