Jay Tyler, director of Emergency Medical Operations for Guilderland, said that the bridge closure won’t affect response time for ambulance service in the town. “The public shouldn’t fear. We’re able to get to them from either the east or the west,” he said.

Data will then be used to calculate the cumulative impact on traffic patterns and sewer infrastructure.

For the owners of four different buildings along Maple Avenue near Main Street in Altamont, warmer weather can’t come soon enough. They have been without running water for about four weeks, ever since their pipes froze.  

A bridge replaced on Grant Hill Road was funded with $1.9 million from federal, state, an county sources.

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