Guilderland wants to experiment by buying school buses with two different kinds of step wells to see which wears better. The district also plans to buy only large buses since it is contracting out runs with small buses.
“There was definitely an investigation that led to these charges,” said Cecilia Walsh, a spokeswoman for the District Attorney’s Office, of the recent indictments. “The same prosecutors are handling both cases.”
Supervisor Kenneth Runion said the list of residents to be notified was put together using a global-positioning system, and the device incorrectly used the center of the project’s property as the starting point for the 1,000-foot radius, rather than the border.
GUILDERLAND — “Hard choices” was the phrase most frequently repeated last Thursday night as the Guilderland superintendent presented her $91.5 million spending plan for next year. The phrase was uttered by administrators and school board members alike.