Guilderland

GUILDERLAND — A Guilderland native is showing his first independent film project, The CulDeSack Kids, inspired by growing up in suburban New York in the 1990s, to audiences at the Guilderland Public Library.

Time off from school doesn't mean that learning stops. The Pine Bush Discovery Center this week was filled with kids and their elders learning about the wonders of the inland pine barrens.

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ALTAMONT — One change Altamont’s mayor, James Gaughan, was happy to see this year arose in response to what he calls the “maleficent looming specter” of the possible closure of Altamont Elementary School.

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Facing a much smaller budget gap for 2015-16, most Guilderland School Board members want to beef up the fund balance they have dipped into recently to keep taxes under the state-set cap.

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To the Editor:

As a follow-up to my letter in the Dec. 18 edition of The Enterprise, here is a brief summary of the results of the Schenectady Christmas Bird Count held Saturday, Dec. 20:

Thirty-one birders in nine field parties found 69 species in the 15-mile diameter count circle.

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To the Editor:

As a follow-up to my letter in the Dec. 18 edition of The Enterprise, here is a brief summary of the results of the Schenectady Christmas Bird Count held Saturday, Dec. 20:

Thirty-one birders in nine field parties found 69 species in the 15-mile diameter count circle.

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ALTAMONT — Colin Wardle, a man who will be missed across three continents, died on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014, at the Hospice Inn at St. Peter’s Hospital, surrounded by friends and family. He was 69.

A third year of a research project on wild turkey survival will kick off in January and the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking landowners who will let birds be trapped and banded on their property.

Landowners in Region 4 may contact Karl Parker at 357-2154 with the Bureau of Wildlife in Schenectady.

The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation has revised the list of Species of Greatest Conservation Need, which includes species that are at risk in New York.  The DEC developed revisions to the list in collaboration with numerous species experts and conservation partners.

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