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VOORHEESVILLE — On Tuesday, Oct. 14, community members can give the school board their input on what they would like to see from a new superintendent.

After six years at the helm of the district, Teresa Thayer Snyder will be retiring next July.

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Kristine Gravino is stepping down as a member of the Voorheesville School Board, leaving one vacant position the board hopes to fill by the end of October.

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A civic organization that helps both the schools in Voorheesville and the community at large had some fun and raised some funds at its annual gala last Friday.

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After years of accidents at Meads Corners, the DOT has finally made some minor safety improvements with larger stop signs at the intersection.

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The Clarksville Historical Society was given a $1,000 grant from county legislators that will go towards repairing the Woodside Schoolhouse.

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Teresa Thayer Snyder, who has been at the helm of the Voorheesville district for the past six years, will be retiring next summer.

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A Voorheesville man was arrested last week for alleged sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.

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Voorheesville has approved its tax warrant, and school taxes have increased about 1 percent since last year.

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NEW SCOTLAND — Monday meals are back at the Voorheesville United Methodist Church at 38 Maple Ave. in Voorheesville.

Organizers use this slogan: Remember — a day without cooking and cleanup is a day without stress.

The menu for seven weeks is:

— Sept. 22, meatloaf;

— Sept. 29, pulled pork;

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