County Legislator Herbert Reilly says he recalls the pain he saw in Clarksville years ago from polluted water and so has drafted a bill to protect public water supplies from blasting.

ALBANY COUNTY — In a county dominated by Democratic voters, next Thursday’s primary will decide the next county executive.

With primaries on Sept. 10, The Enterprise developed this list of issues for candidates to share their views on:

— Heroin: Last November, Guilderland Chief of Police Carol Lawlor said that, in the past year-and-a-half, there were 17 heroin overdoses in town, and seven of them were fatal.

The $610 million plan— a hike of $12 million — is based on increased sales of 1.1 percent over 2015, estimated at $104 million, according to Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy.

Teams of Belgian draft horses, owned by Kurt Johnson of Knox, will pull around the grounds some of the big old wagons owned by the fair that have not been taken out in years.