At the April 9 public hearing, Voorheesville Avenue residents whose land abuts 11 Drywall Lane voiced their concern that the potential rezone of the parcel would, in their view, have an adverse effect on all adjacent properties.

Two of the six IDA members voted to grant real-estate relief to local businessman Jonathan Phillips to help with his construction project of building a new, bigger hardware store and adding a convenience store with gas pumps, at the corner of Routes 146 and 158.

In the future, the lot just behind the proposed Stewart’s may be occupied by a bank or some kind of office or shop, according to a Stewart’s representative.

Michael Ward and Stefanie Stegman hope to create a relaxed and familiar feel of a coffee shop, but will also be serving lunch, breakfast, and dinner items throughout the day.

Joseph Tovares has been named vice president and chief content and engagement officer at WMHT Public Media, a locally-owned, not-for-profit organization.

The company launched a nationwide search earlier this year. Tovares will begin his new job on April 22.

Maggie Smith has devoted her life to the restaurant she launched 25 years ago, after winning at the track.

Laurel Tormey Cole

Laurel Tormey Cole likes to teach yoga to beginners and people over 50, developing strength and flexibility and improving balance.

Reid Prinzo, a chartered financial analyst, has joined Bryant Asset Management in Slingerlands as a financial advisor.

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As Guilderland is growing, so too is one of its oldest pest companies — the family-owned, second generation Mike & Sons’ Pest Service. 


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