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December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

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Berlin Takes Possession Of New Municipal Center Property

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer In January the headline in this paper said, “Berlin Municipal Center Is Reborn With Purchase Of Berlin Lumber – A New Era Begins For Berlin.” Eleven months later this is true. At the Berlin Town Board meeting on Thursday, December 13, Town Supervisor Rob Jaeger announced that the Town would take possession […]

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Stephentown Town Board Action – Town Won’t Take Elementary School Property

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint Stephentown will pass on buying the former elementary school property for $1. Town Supervisor Larry Eckhardt said at the Town Board meeting Monday that the President of the Berlin School Board has advised him that the School District will proceed to mothball the building that was formerly the Stephentown Elementary School and […]

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After Sandy Hook BCS To Evaluate Security

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Thaddeus Flint In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, the Berlin Central School District School Board, at the monthly meeting Tuesday, passed a resolution to completely evaluate the District’s security policies. The resolution passed with all in attendance in favor; Board Member Bev Stewart was absent that night.

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Petersburgh Town Board Action – The Broken Wheel Bridge Project

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks Supervisor Siegfried Krahforst reported that he, Councilman Duane Goodermote and County Engineer Wayne Bonesteel had a meeting to evaluate proposals from engineers interested in doing the engineering work on the Broken Wheel Bridge. The existing bridge has a span of about 25 feet. The proposals being considered re-design the roadway and proposed […]

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Grafton Planning Board Action – Last Complete Survey In 1794

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer There were no public hearings scheduled before the regular Grafton Planning Board on Monday, December 17, so after the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call and the acceptance of the minutes of the previous meeting, the Board moved immediately to the subdivision application of Wes Vars. Vars wants to sell to his son […]

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Hoosick Planning Board Action – December 2012

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson After the Pledge of Allegiance at the Planning Board meeting on Monday, December 17, Chairman Jim Dunigan asked for a moment of silence in remembrance of those lost in the tragedy of Newtown, CT. He also commented on the noise overhead as painting was underway in the building. Planning Board Attorney Denis […]

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2012 In Hoosick: A Look Back

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson The biggest topic of the year in the Town and Village was the Armory. The Town Board was in a quandary as to whether to purchase the building for use as the Town Hall or not. A Save the Armory Committee threw themselves into gathering information to justify making the building the […]

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Vision Of CiviCure Founder Rolf M. Sternberg Realized For Website

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

Despite the passing of Rolf Sternberg on November 29, the vision of the Founding President of CiviCure will always inspire its efforts. CiviCure is a non-profit organization created to support the revitalization of Hoosick through the active stewardship of its rich heritage and rural environs and the art inspired by them.

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Hoosick Falls Kiwanis Holiday Party Features HFCS Chorus

December 21, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson On Tuesday, December 18, the Hoosick Falls Central School Senior Chorus, directed by Ambigay Yudkoff, sang a medley of songs for the Hoosick Falls Kiwanis Club at the Club’s holiday luncheon held in the Hoosick Falls Fire House.

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