Guilderland

Corlis Carroll plans to hold an exhibition of painted photographs on Dec. 6, from 3 to 7 p.m., at 1855 Western Ave.

Guilderville finished in fourth place with 277 points in qualifiers last weekend.

The home of Frederick CrounseAltamont’s first doctor, at 759 Route 146, the village’s main street, has sat empty for about three decades.

 

Neil A. Taber, Altamont

Cindy Wadach, Westmere

Supervisor Kenneth Runion said this week that the town had granted Verizon a franchise agreement so that it could install utilities in the right-of-way.

“Ideally, the land would not be used for development at all,” said Hawver. “But, what they’ve proposed is a reasonable compromise.”

The school district here, like those across the state, is facing a new budget year without the ability to raise taxes unless it can get a supermajority of voters to approve a hike.

Plans are progressing to house outside pre-kindergarten programs in extra rooms at Altamont Elementary, Pine Bush Elementary, and Farnsworth Middle School.

ALTAMONT — Pearl M. Kelley, a teacher and volunteer, died Monday, Nov. 2, 2015, at Teresian House in Albany. She was 98.

Mrs. Kelley was born to Jacob and Elsie May.
She married Charles Kelley, who served as Altamont’s superintendent of public works until his death in the 1970s.

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