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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;

The Governor’s Motor Inn is one of 11 properties in Guilderland that has — or had until recently — liens dating back to 2012.

Last Saturday, Mill Hollow opened 44 of 84 units with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tours of the grounds.

A dramatic change in Guilderland’s equalization rate, set by the state, means Guilderland residents will pay more in county taxes and in school districts like Voorheesville’s. Also, the value of residents’ exemptions will drop.

The Governors Motor Inn is listed for sale at $475,000, a price that Realtor Tony Trimarchi of CM Fox said takes into consideration the need to pay more than $200,000 to the county in back taxes.

A new apartment complex of 96 units proposed for Western Avenue near Guilderland’s Hannaford is one of many apartment projects recently approved or under consideration along the length of that road.


Blighted properties taken on by the Albany County Land Bank can be found in suburban and rural areas like New Scotland or the Helderberg Hilltowns.

GUILDERLAND — Homeowner Todd Slingerland and real estate agent Christy Center wanted to come up with an incentive to pique the interest of high-end buyers in 819 Greenthorne Blvd., which they had listed at $1.25 million, a very high price for Guilderland.

BETHLEHEM — Realtor David Robinson has joined the Weichert, Realtors - Fontaine & Associates Delmar office.

Robinson grew up in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and now lives in Albany.


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