Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Second Screen Planned For Hoosick Drive In

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson After eight Zoning Board and Planning Board meetings and a Public Hearing, Duane Greenawalt, owner of Hathaway’s Drive In on Route 67 in Hoosick finally received approval from the ZBA to put up a second screen. “The approval is contingent on my putting trees behind the screen to hide it from the [...]

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Election Decided By 57 Votes

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson The Village election on Wednesday, March 18, held no surprises. All the candidates, Mayor David Borge and Trustees Ric DiDonato, Kevin O’Malley, Bob Ryan and Karen Sprague, were running unopposed. More residents signed the petitions to get them on the ballot than turned out to vote! Actually 47 people came to the [...]

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Hoosick Falls Girls Basketball Falls In State Final

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

  A Great Season Comes Up One Game Short Susquehanna Valley Comes Out On Top, 51 – 45 by Steve Bradley The Panther Ladies celebrated a win Friday afternoon after they won the state semifinal game. That win put the Ladies in a position to bring home a state title the next day..

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Semi-Final Game – A Shooting Exhibition

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

by Steve Bradley Early Friday afternoon, the Lady Panthers put on a memorable shooting exhibition. Playing Irvington, the number one ranked team in NYS Class B, in the state semifinals at Hudson Valley Community College, the Panthers played well in the first half, holding a slim 20 – 17 lead at the end of the [...]

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Tribute Flag Liberty Going To Hawaii

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson The upcoming trip to Hawaii for students at Hoosick Falls Central School is exciting. Some of them have never been in a plane. Others have never been out of the continental United States. Others have barely traveled at all. They are anxious to see everything there is to see and everything there [...]

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State Aid Mystery Hampers Budget Process

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks HFCS Business Manager Pam Hatfield said the budget proposed for next year has not changed much since last month because the District has still not received any State aid runs. School Superintendent Ken Facin explained that the budget is normally done based on state aid estimates derived from the Governor’s proposed budget, [...]

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HAYC3’s Parasol Project To Benefit Community Art Program

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

On March 8, HAYC3 installed 33 hand painted parasols as part of The Parasol Project. Parasols, painted and decorated by local artists, are on display until May 16 — suspended from the ceiling of The Perry Room at the HAYC3 Armory, 80 Church Street, Hoosick Falls.

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HACA Holds Annual Meeting

March 27, 2015 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Dianne Hosterman A group of enthusiastic supporters gathered at the First Baptist Church in Hoosick Falls on Sunday afternoon, March 22 to hear a review of the Hoosick Area Church Association (HACA) events held in 2014, to welcome the new Board Officers, and to hear about some new exciting plans for 2015.

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Hoosick Planning Board

March 19, 2015 Leave a Comment 

Rousseau Simple Subdivision by Bea Peterson Brian Rousseau appeared before the Planning Board on behalf of his son Nathan who owns property on LeBarron Road. In September 2014 the Board approved a Family Subdivision with Brian and Mariea receiving 3.7 acres of Nathan’s property. The Board approved the Family Subdivision.

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Hoosick Board Approves Woods Brook Study Grant Application

March 12, 2015 Leave a Comment 

Considers Changing Brook’s Path by Bea Peterson At the Hoosick Town Board meeting on Monday, March 9, Town Supervisor Mark Surdam said the grant application for a Woods Brook study approved last month had changed and the new grant application will be more costly.

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