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The new dorms, with their many energy-efficiency features, should be complete in one year.

There is no easy or immediate answer to the question of what to do with rundown properties like the Rustic Barn or the former gas station near Crossgates — both on Route 20 in Guilderland.

RENSSELAERVILLE — An 18th-Century Greek Revival home in the center of the Rensselaerville hamlet is for sale for $695,000 — with the proceeds to be donated to the Carey Institute for Global Good, a not-for-profit organization just down the road, which, according to its mission statement, is “dedicated to building a strong, educated and

If the townhouses in the Mill Hill development are declared condos, as their owners want, their combined assessment will fall by almost $10 million.

Through modifications and installation of speciality equipment “aging in place” has become an option for elderly residents who wish to remain in their homes.

SCHOHARIE — The Daniel Webster Jenkins House at 207 Church Street in the hamlet of Central Bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 4 — one-hundred-and-thirty-four years after it was built.

The idea is to create an environment that will encourage bus riding, walking, and bicycling, said town Supervisor Peter Barber. Most of the properties within the proposed overlay district are owned by Pyramid Management, owner of Crossgates Mall.

The warehouses that sold for $2.9 million this year are appraised at $6.7 million and were purchased a decade ago for $18.6 million.

Two property owners want restrictions in old contracts removed.

The Albany County Auction website lists these Guilderland properties as being “delinquent” although many have actually paid their back taxes:

— 1717 Western Ave., Albany Diamond Center: Owned by Lisa O’Brien, paid in full on Feb. 28, 2018;


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