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Riccardi Wins Council Seat In Berlin Election

November 8, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint In Berlin the only real contest was for Town Council. Republican Incumbent John Winn garnered the most votes in a three way race and won re-election. Democrat Stephen Riccardi, with 232 votes, will replace Republican incumbent Richard deLeon who received 178 votes.

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Berlin Election Day – Candidate Profiles

November 1, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint

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Berlin Town Board Action – Berlin Rents Garage Space To County

October 18, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer “Hallelujah,” exclaimed Berlin Town Supervisor Rob Jaeger at the Berlin Town Board meeting on Thursday, October 10. He was referring to the fact that he had leases signed by himself and Rensselaer County Executive Kathy Jimino for the County to rent the surplus garage space at the Municipal Complex and that the [...]

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Art, Antiques And A Music Festival Enliven Berlin’s Weekend

October 18, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks Corner Creations & More was a hive of activity this past weekend, as there was an art and antiques sale for the Columbus Day weekend as well as musical performances by seven different groups throughout the weekend. A nice collection of art and antiques was on display all weekend.

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Charges Dismissed In Alcohol Sting

September 27, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint Charges against the Beer Diviner and an employee of Cumberland Farms for selling alcohol to a minor were all dismissed in Stephentown Court last week.

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Berlin Town Board Action – Offer To Buy The Cherry Plain Polling Place Accepted

September 20, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer Berlin Town Supervisor Rob Jaeger announced at the Berlin Town Board meeting on Thursday, September 12, that he had received a signed offer and a $1,000 deposit for the Cherry Plain Polling Place. The Polling Place, at 110 Cherry Plain Square, had been appraised at $10,000 and that was the offer made [...]

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Berlin Carnival And Community Days

August 30, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson No doubt, Friday afternoon and evening was the busiest time at the Carnival and Community Days sponsored by the Berlin Volunteer Fire Company last Friday and Saturday.

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Berlin Carnival And Community Days – Fun For The Whole Family

August 23, 2013 Leave a Comment 

The Berlin Volunteer Fire Company is proud to sponsor the 2013 Berlin Carnival And Community Days to kick off at the Mill Street Field in Berlin on Friday, August 23, from 5 to 10 pm with Amyland Amusements traveling carnival from Rutland, VT, and continuing on Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm.

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Second Bite At The Berlin Bank

August 16, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint The bank building in Berlin has been sold at auction for a second time. This time the price was down to a paltry $55,000.

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Berlin Town Board Action – Possible Tenants For The Old Town Garage

August 16, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer The only proposal to rent the old Berlin Town Garage on Route 22 next to the former Bank of America property in response to the Town’s published requests was opened at the Berlin Town Board meeting on Thursday, August 8. The proposal to rent the premises for $700 per month was made [...]

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