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New Lebanon Special Election On Town Hall Renovation Is June 29

June 25, 2010 1 Comment 

by Phillip Zema On June 29, the Town of New Lebanon will decide whether it wants to approve the Town Hall renovation project. The referendum will be held from 12 to 9 pm at the Immaculate Conception Meeting Hall, which is located at 732 US Rt. 20. On June 28 there will be a public […]

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Petersburgh Library News

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

The Petersburgh Public Library will kick off its “Make a Splash – Read” Summer Reading Program on Tuesday, July 6, at 7 pm with a performance by Caryn Tindall’s unique and fascinating dog performing team, the Dazzle Dogs. Each act is filled with poetic movement and incredible dog feats as the dogs dance, show their […]

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No Public Vote On Grafton Assessors

June 25, 2010 2 Comments 

by Alex Brooks The Grafton Town Board held a public hearing on Thursday June 17 on its proposal to have a sole appointed assessor rather than the current system of having three elected assessors. There were about 30 citizens who came to the hearing. The room was just about full.

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Work Begins On The Little Hoosic River

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

The Little Hoosic Watershed Association is pleased to announce that the US Fish and Wildlife Service are mobilizing to install a series of rock vanes at a severely eroded area in the river at Bentley’s farm where more than half an acre of farmland was lost to erosion in the past year alone. 

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Hoosick Athletic Fields Renamed In Memory Of Ken Baker

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by Shari Hand The weekend of events memorializing legendary coach and educator Ken Baker and supporting the Coach Ken Baker Memorial Scholarship Fund culminated with a brief dedication ceremony at the Town Athletic Fields on Sunday, June 13. Hoosick Town Councilman Bob Ryan, Town Supervisor Keith Cipperly and Councilman Jeff Wysocki presented the Baker Family […]

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Petersburgh Passes Revised Water Law

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by Erin Hogan and Alex Brooks The spot light in the Petersburgh Town Board meeting on June 21 was on the proposed water district law revisions. The law was passed after much discussion about the revisions and other issues with the water district. There were complaints from the public regarding the quality of the water, […]

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Grafton Town Board Action – June 2010

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by Erin Hogan At the Grafton Town Board meeting in June, Highway Superintendent Herb Hasbrouck reported on a project that the Highway Department has been working hard on for a long time. This project is an Emergency Management Program, a program that has been approved and accepted by the County. At the heart of the […]

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Stephentown Town Board Action – June 2010

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint Stephentown Town Board meetings are getting shorter. Maybe that’s a good thing, indicating that everything is running smoothly. The meeting on Monday evening, June 21, was very sparsely attended and wrapped up within forty minutes.

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Cool Biker Pooch

June 25, 2010 Leave a Comment 

Poker Run Benefits The Karen McGovern Memorial Fund On Saturday May 22, the roar of 65 motorcycles could be heard throughout the Clay Hill neighborhood in Hoosick Falls as the St. Stanislaw Society’s annual Poker Run took off to benefit The Karen McGovern Memorial Fund.

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Setting The Record Straight

June 25, 2010 1 Comment 

by Kieron Kramer In a telephone conversation on Friday afternoon, June 18, Berlin Central School District Interim Superintendent of Schools Charlotte Gregory explained the purpose of the slate of resolutions she presented to the School Board to vote on in the Board of Education meeting on June 16. The resolutions were to be taken as […]

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