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


“First and foremost, this is a public-safety issue,” said Senator George Amedore at the press conference. “It’s also a quality of life issue.”

“I want to be fair and just,” Democrat Peter Barber said during his Election Night victory speech. “I want to get to know every town employee and as many residents as I can.”

Lori Rodino, Guilderland

Rick and Helen Ketterer, Guilderland

Kathy Burbank, Guilderland

Gerard Houser, Guilderland

Carolyn J Williams, Guilderland

The budget proposes a standard 2.5-percent raise for all town employees, and no new positions were eliminated or created.

“We are aware that the residents pay our salaries,” Cataldo said. “We want to take care of them.”


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