Thursday, February 23, 2017

Grafton Town Board Action

February 16, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Most Of Grafton Town Highway Trucks Found To Be Uninspected.  Issue Dominates Town Board Meeting By Doug La Rocque During the public comment section of the Grafton Town Board meeting on Monday night February 13, Highway Department employee Jay Goyer stood up to tell the Board that most of the trucks in the Town’s fleet […]

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Post 937 Seeks Parade Participants

February 16, 2017 Leave a Comment 

The Taconic Valley American Legion Post 937 is soliciting parade marchers, military themed floats, flag carriers, decorated motorcycles, 4×4’s, horse and riders, military vehicles and armament for this year’s Memorial Day Parade. 

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Grafton Town Clerk Announces A Change In Hours

February 10, 2017 Leave a Comment 

New Grafton Town Clerk Vicky Burdick has posted a change in the hours of operation, effective immediately.

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President’s Week Activities At PVMCC

February 10, 2017 Leave a Comment 

The Petersburgh Veteran’s Memorial Community Center is offering youth  events during the February Presidents week vacation.  These are sponsored through PVMCC’s funds from the Stewarts’ Grant and are open  to all youth in the community, not just Petersburgers.   All the events are  also open to parents, grandparents or other adults. There are no charges […]

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Rensselaer Land Trust To Host Community Conversations On Special Places In Rensselaer County

February 9, 2017 Leave a Comment 

What do you love about living in Rensselaer County? The Rensselaer Land Trust wants to hear from you what places in Rensselaer County are important to you, and why.

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Motion To Dismiss Is Granted In Higgins Case

February 9, 2017 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks A complaint filed by former Grafton Supervisor Frank Higgins against Catherine Goyer, Michael Crandall, Richard Ungaro and the Town of Grafton for malicious prosecution and defamation was dismissed in a decision released January 26, written by Rensselaer County Supreme Court Justice Patrick McGrath.

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A Milestone For Elsie Risedorf

February 9, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Elsie Risedorf Turns 90 submitted by Paul Bouchey Celebrants from New England, New Jersey, and as far away as Florida and Texas gathered with about sixty local friends and family at the Senior Center on Saturday, February 4 to observe the 90th birthday of Elsie Johanson Risedorf.

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Troop 222 Participates In Scout Sunday

February 9, 2017 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Andrew Zlotnick Several Scouts from Troop 222 volunteered at Hope United Methodist Church in Eagle Mills NY on February 5. Sunday February 5 is National Scout Sunday, when Scouts help to live the 12th point of the Scout Law – a scout is “Reverent.”

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Grafton Town Clerk Resigns

February 2, 2017 Leave a Comment 

Her Deputy Is Appointed By Doug La Rocque The Grafton Town Board met in special session on Thursday night January 26, where they accepted the resignation of Town Clerk Kathy Mason-Wagar.  Mason-Wagar cited personal reasons in her letter as the cause for the resignation. 

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Local Women Join March In Washington D.C.

February 2, 2017 Leave a Comment 

A group of local people who took part in the Womens March on Washington came back saying they were glad that they made the effort to go, said Virginia Skorupski, one of those who made the trip.

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