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Nicole St. Onge Goes To Washington DC

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Aelish Nealon and Bea Peterson “It’s important that the voices of today’s teens are heard, and it’s even more important that we are given a chance to make a change in the world that we will eventually be taking care of. Beginning with Project Ignition and other youth-led programs, we are given an opportunity […]

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Healing Trip To Vietnam Fund-Raiser Draws Large Crowd

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Mary Lou Walters The Taconic Valley American Legion Auxiliary’s Fund-raiser  to support Wally O’Neil’s healing trip to Vietnam was a nice success. On Saturday over 100 people came out in frigid weather to enjoy a wonderful variety of food, great music and an awesome eclectic Chinese auction. Kathy Jaeger donated the door prize of […]

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Sue Putnam Resigns As Grafton Town Secretary

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks At the Grafton Town Board meeting on Monday, January 23, the Board accepted a letter of resignation from Sue Putnam from her position as Town Secretary, in which she has served for 25 years. Supervisor Ray Darling thanked Putnam for her long service, and the audience responded with a standing ovation for […]

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Snow Was Perfect For The 27th Annual Winter Fest

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Elena Shoemaker, GLSP The morning snowfall came just in time. Saturday’s snow created the perfect backdrop to another successful Winter Fest. For 27 years, Grafton Lakes State Park’s Winter Festival has been the highlight of the usually dormant winter season by offering outdoor enjoyment and free entertainment for the whole family.

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New Veterinary Clinic To Open In Hoosick

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Dr. Lee Delaney returned to the Hoosick Planning Board this month with all the materials the Board had requested of him at the previous month’s meeting. The Board reviewed the materials and verbally reviewed the environmental impact assessment regulations. They found no environmental issues. Last month the Board waived the need for […]

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Petersburgh Town Board Discusses Water District Finances

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks The Petersburgh Town Board held a meeting on Tuesday, January 17, to discuss the finances of the Water District. Only four citizens attended the meeting, along with Supervisor Krahforst, Councilmen Snyder and Goodermote and Town Clerk Callie Crisp. The problem currently is that the District is in deficit by about $5,000. Although […]

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Senior Safety And Security

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Late Sunday afternoon Hoosick Falls Police Chief Robert Ashe and Officer Harold McClellan spent an hour at the Wood Park meeting room talking with more than two dozen residents of the Woodbridge Heights and Wood Park apartments. The Chief reminded them, “We’re not here just to catch the bad guys, we’re here […]

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HFCS Budget May Suffer From Evaporating State Money

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks The Hoosick Falls School District has been informed that under the Governor’s recently released budget, State operating aid for the District would go up by about $200,000. This is about 1% of the District’s total budget. It would be an increase in State operating aid of a little over 2%. If the […]

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Winners At The St. Patrick’s Parade Fund-Raiser

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

The Hoosick Falls St. Patrick’s Parade held a fund-raiser on Saturday, January 14, with Basket Bingo and the Irish stew cook-off. Ten contestants took part for the bragging rights for the best Irish stew in the area.

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Town Of Hoosick Organizational Meeting

January 26, 2012 Leave a Comment 

The Hoosick Town Board met before their regular meeting on Monday, January 9, to hold the Organizational Meeting. They adopted the following: Meeting Date: second Monday of the month at 7 pm Bank: Key Bank and Pioneer Commercial Bank Official Newspaper: The Cambridge Eagle; Alternate: Troy Record Appointments And Annual Salaries

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