One of three assisted-living facilities that may soon come to Guilderland now goes back to the town’s planning board to work out any remaining issues with the site plan.
A new heating system for the town hall and a draft solar law are vetted.
Robert Johnson gave up being the town’s zoning board chairman to become one of its judges. His empty seat on the zoning board led to a “domino effect” of new appointments.
The recent Rensselaerville town board meeting looked back and moved ahead.
Two female farmers are squaring off in the town’s only election. Laura Ten Eyck and Ally Moreau are both making their first run for elected office.
A co-owner of Indian Ladder Farms, she says she wants the town to both protect and take advantage of its land and natural resources.
Joseph Boone, 49, was appointed to occupy the seat of Theodore Lounsbury who resigned from the board early this year.
Tara Murphy, Knox Town Clerk
RENSSELAERVILLE — Endorsement by three parties, no opponent, and a temporary appointment to the board makes John Dolce the proverbial shoo-in for a town board seat come Nov. 8.
Eric Kuck, who is enrolled as a Democrat, was appointed by the board last December. His name will remain on the ballot on the Unify Knox party line.
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