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Reidy is running for the seat now held by Patricia Fahy, representing Albany, New Scotland, and parts of Guilderland. Fahy is running to replace longtime state Senator Neil Breslin, who is retiring from that post after more than a quarter century. 

Funding, up to $40,000, was available for conservation projects that would protect the natural resources of Albany County and beyond.

Tom Ellis, Albany

ALBANY COUNTY — Snow is expected to fall in Albany County on Monday night, continuing through Tuesday morning, tapering off in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is, by Aug. 1, returning to plain paper rather than synthetic paper for sporting licenses and carcass tags.

Free Fishing Days in New York will take place on: Feb. 17 to 18 (Presidents’ Day Weekend), June 29 to 30, Sept. 28 (National Hunting and Fishing Day), and Nov. 11 (Veterans Day).

During these days, the fishing license requirement is waived for freshwater fishing on New York’s waters.

Marcus Kwame works to bridge the gap between history and contemporary art and has a passion for storytelling through visual arts.

To celebrate its centennial this year, the state’s Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is inviting New Yorkers to share their stories, photos, and videos of state parks and historic sites.

The office oversees over 250 parks and sites.

CHPE has deed agreements totaling over $2 million in compensation with close to 60 Albany County property owners, some of whom received no remuneration, like the county itself, to others who accepted over $1.2 million for their troubles, like the Northeastern Industrial Park. 


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