Peter Barber

Town Supervisor Peter Barber will be challenged this fall by Republican Brian Forte, whom he beat narrowly in 2015.

The Guilderland Town Historian first learned that a man had already painted 22 markers when she saw a photo of him posing before a half-painted sign in The Enterprise.

The newest building is the pool house at Tawasentha Park, which is scheduled for completion in mid-June. The final bid estimate for the construction of the building — which will include locker rooms and a concession stand — is $777,800, or three-quarters of a million dollars. 

Dr. Jane DeRook, now 90, is saddened by the way the town of Guilderland cut ties with her 45-year volunteer labor of love, the Guilderland Ballet. 

Town officials voted to grant the Mill Hollow developer's request to make the housing complex open to residents of all ages, and not just senior citizens.

Officials are moving to rename a state road in Guilderland after town native son Major General Harold J. Greene, the highest-ranking officer killed in a combat zone overseas since the Vietnam.

The University of Albany Foundation's purchase of a large tract of wooded land adjacent to the campus but within a residential area has neighbors worried.

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland dealt with growth in 2015 as SUNY Poly made plans to expand on its eastern edge, and Vincent Wolanin, after five years, got approval for 210 luxury apartments in Westmere.

Steve Buck, this week, said the construction company had never declared bankruptcy, but it was “looking to refinance the project.”

Kenneth Runion accomplished much in his 16 years as Guilderland's supervisor but tarnished his legacy by leaving town, retiring more than a month before his term ended.


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