New Scotland

Stewart’s Shops filed a lawsuit against Voorheesville in September 2019, claiming there had been a “targeted effort” to prevent Stewart’s from building a new shop on property it owns at 112 Maple Ave., site of the now-closed Smith’s Tavern. 

Mike Nardacci, Board member Heldeberg Workshop

If you live your life for the future, you’ll never live at all.

“I was really worried because he’d been having seizures,” said Carl Burnham, whose pet pig was missing for most of Thursday.

These students graduated at Voorheesville in the Class of 2021.

Asked if she felt robbed of her high school experience, because of the pandemic, Voorheesville’s valedictorian, Francesca Coppola, said, “It’s definitely been different.”

Asked why he wants to be a rocket scientist when he grows up, Voorheesville’s salutatorian, Brendan Mahoney, said, “I’ve always been fascinated with space, and the idea of going to space because it’s such a tough thing.”

Borrego Solar Systems is seeking to install an 8.84-megawatt solar array on about 87 acres of land owned by JL Development that straddles both Guilderland and New Scotland. 

Tyler Fronte, speaking for Stewart’s Shops, told the New Scotland zoning board the granting of a variance and subsequent expansion of the company’s Delaware Turnpike store in Clarksville would “allow us to improve the interior. Our food-to-go program is growing and … the need for additional space is necessary.”

Robert Conway said he’s got “absolutely no qualms” about Richard Straut taking over for him as Voorheesville’s mayor, adding that Straut has shown himself to be a very capable and talented board member. Conway said he’s sure Straut will do an “exceptional job” as mayor.


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