GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Food Pantry will move, in July, to a larger home that is closer to the center of town, said Susan Hennessy, who, together with her husband, Mark Hopper, has directed the pantry for five years.

The driver, Jack A. Benjamin, 27, of Oneonta, turned himself in at the police station later on Sunday and was charged with three traffic infractions, according police. 

Guilderland’s town board approved one rezone to Planned Unit Development, on Winding Brook Road near the YMCA. Another PUD for Hiawatha Trails Land Development is currently being considered by the planning board and faces stiff public opposition. ​

Movies and clothing available in Westmere keep Indians in Guilderland connected to their homeland.

Three positions are open on the Guilderland Public Library’s board of trustees. Two seats that were appointed are up, and those board members both plan to run. Seven other town residents have also expressed interest.

The town is looking to replace highway Superintendent Steve Oliver, who resigned more than a year before his term was up.

The Guilderland Public Library may have a café and a larger children’s room, as well as larger meeting rooms, if the library’s board adopts a plan, now in draft form, for the building’s renovation and an addition more modest than the one proposed and voted down six years ago.

The town board will interview all fourteen candidates to replace Richard Sherwood, who resigned after being arrested on felony charges.

He didn’t like high school and he didn’t complete it. Later, after he went to college and graduate school to become a teacher, Thomas Lutsic wanted to help kids have a different experience.

Crounse House

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to list for sale the town’s interest in the historic Doctor Crounse House, located at 759 Route 146, just outside of Altamont on the village’s Main Street.