Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Oversized Loads On Route 7

August 29, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Expect to see a convoy heading east at some point along Route 7 every Tuesday and Wednesday until the end of September. The convoy will consist of NYS Police, support vehicles and a 204 foot long vehicle consisting of a tractor, jeep and trailer hauling a preformed concrete bridge beam that is [...]

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Route 22 Repaving Begins This Week

August 22, 2014 1 Comment 

by David Flint Stephentown residents will be glad to see work finally starting this week to fix up Route 22 into a more drivable highway. Motorists, however, can expect some serious traffic delays for a number of weeks.

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Rensselaer County Legislature – Commending The Center For Nursing And Rehabilitation On Its 100th Anniversary

August 15, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Rensselaer County Legislature was full of business pertaining to the Eastwick area – from the memorializing of John Greaney of Berlin to the awarding of funds to area youth programs, from the purchase of highway equipment in Stephentown to the commendation to the Center for Nursing and [...]

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Complimentary Dinner For Veterans

August 8, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson On Tuesday evening, August 5, about 50 veterans and their spouses enjoyed a professionally catered dinner, compliments of the Brunswick Elks. Veteran and Brunswick Elks Exalted Ruler Paul Greenberg made it all possible, and in short order.

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Rensselaer County Legislature – The Hoosick P.O.

July 18, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer The Rensselaer County Legislature considered 27 resolutions at its regular meeting on Tuesday, July 8. Only four of the resolutions related directly to the communities in the Eastwick area. Perhaps the most important, at least to the people who live in and around Hoosick four corners, the intersection of NY Rt. 7 [...]

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Rensselaer County Legislature Action – Berlin’s Joan deLeon Remembered

June 13, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Kieron Kramer In May the Rensselaer County Legislature passed a resolution memorializing Berlin’s Joan deLeon, who died on April 4 of this year. On June 10 the deLeon family came to the well of the Legislature in prodigious numbers during the presentation period before the Legislature’s regular meeting to participate in the ceremony honoring [...]

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County Economy On Rebound – New Bacon Business Opens

June 13, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson “This has been a team effort,” said U.S. Congressman Chris Gibson on Monday at the opening of the new Rock Maple Farm production and storage site at 2112 Route 7 near the Pittstown/Brunswick line. “It is the very best of what federal, state, county and town governments can do working together.

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Thomas G. Restino Sr. Honored By The County Legislature

June 6, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson On December 17, 2013 the Rensselaer County Legislative Body concluded its evening’s deliberations with deep sadness in memory of the Honorable Thomas G. Restino. On Wednesday evening, June 4, members of the Legislature met with the Restino family to unveil a plaque on the Rensselaer County Memorial Wall with a photo of [...]

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Route 7 Paving In Rensselaer County Is Under Way

June 6, 2014 Leave a Comment 

 from the NYS DOT Motorists are advised that paving is under way on sections of Route 7 in the Rensselaer County towns of Pittstown and Hoosick.

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William C. Jennings Of Stephentown Appointed To HVCC Board Of Trustees

June 6, 2014 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Deborah Gardner, HVCC New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo appointed Catherine I. Conroy of Troy and Dr. William C. Jennings of Stephentown to the Hudson Valley Community College Board of Trustees. The new members succeed Dr. Robert H. Hill II and Kenneth B. Colloton whose terms of service to the college were [...]

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