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All of the towns and villages we cover would benefit by having as part of their policies a plan to replace cut trees, maintain current trees, and plant new trees.

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Menstrual products are to be accessible for free where girls need them.

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In order to receive more matching funds, Albany County’s municipalities have decided to wait until next year to re-submit their shared-services plan to the state.

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An updated version of Albany County’s shared services plan will go before a collection of municipal and school district leaders throughout the county for a vote.

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A group of local Model T enthusiasts tries to make its cars as historically accurate as possible.

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The ban will have restaurants have to use compostable or recyclable materials instead of Styrofoam. Vendors to the county and county agencies will also abide by the law under a new executive order.

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ALBANY COUNTY — Eight organizations in Albany County have received awards for supportive housing as part of the governor’s $2.6 billion five-year plan to develop 6,000 supportive housing units for homeless people with special needs or conditions.

John Zacharek has joined the State University of New York college of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill as its new vice president for development.

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