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Petersburgh Planning Board Rebuffed In Star Ridge Way Ruling

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks Petersburgh Town Justice Paul Montgomery has issued his ruling in the Planning Board’s suit against Joan and Michael Buzerak concerning the road at the Star Ridge subdivision. The Town had alleged that the road in this subdivision is an illegal sixth lot in an approved 5-lot subdivision, that it was not built […]

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Funds Grow For Hoosick Veterans Memorial Wall

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson After the raffle winner was announced in Wood Park on Memorial Day, the Town of Hoosick Veterans Memorial Wall committee vowed to raise $10,000 by the fourth of July. With the greatest appreciation to a generous community, the committee was surprised and pleased to make that goal, and, in the weeks that […]

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Berlin Fire Dist. Vehicle Purchase Approved

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint It was a pretty sparse turnout, 53 voters, especially compared with last week’s vote on purchasing the Berlin Lumber property in which 323 people voted, but those residents of Berlin Fire District #1 who did come out on Tuesday voted two to one to approve the purchase of a new fire truck […]

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Taming Of The Shrew In Wood Park

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by Bea Peterson William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew in Wood Park on Saturday evening, July 24, was brilliant! Under the superb direction of Brian Foley, the acting, choreography and gymnastics were outstanding.

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A Mystery Wrapped In An Enigma

July 30, 2010 1 Comment 

by David Flint Berlin Town Supervisor Rob Jaeger said after last week’s referendum that he believed another party might have beaten the Town to the punch and made an offer to buy the Berlin Lumber property but that he had seen no evidence of a sale pending. It appears now that a sale is pending.

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New Lebanon Town Hall Project Moves Forward

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by Phillip Zema Although the Town Hall referendum failed, Town Officials are far from giving up on the project. On Monday, July 26, members of the Town Council and Town Hall Committee held a public informational meeting at the New Lebanon Firehouse. The meeting served as a question-and-answer forum where community members had the opportunity […]

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Prescription Drug Collection Held In Hoosick Falls

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

A prescription drug collection event was held in Hoosick Falls on Saturday, July 24. The question most commonly asked by those who came to the police station that day was “When are you doing this again?”

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Generous Grad Treats NLCS Alumni To Dinner

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint New Lebanon Central School alumni filled the Stephentown Fire Hall on Saturday, July 17. It was the 2010 NLCS Alumni Dinner, sponsored and paid for once again by Richard Burns, Class of ’49. The generous Mr. Burns, who now resides in Shelton, CT, has picked up the tab now for the fifth […]

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Dollar Deals Opens

July 30, 2010 6 Comments 

by Bea Peterson “It’s great,” said Hoosick Falls Village Trustee John “Ersel” Hickey during the ribbon cutting for the Dollar Deals store that opened on Saturday, July 24, at 35 Church St. “I think and hope people will accept it,” he added. “The prices are low; it’s clean; they have a great assortment, and we’re […]

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St. Mary’s Academy Class Of 1960 Reunion

July 30, 2010 Leave a Comment 

The Saint Mary’s Academy class of 1960 held its 50th reunion on July 10. The event was held at the Stirrup Square banquet room in Pittstown. Seventeen class members were present with their spouses, and the reunion was enjoyed by all. The class is planning a 55th reunion in 2015.

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