Guilderland Fire Department

“I feel confident we can construct a new building,” said Guilderland’s supervisor, Kenneth Runion, on Monday.

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A garage on Western Avenue now stands gutted, as the call for responders came as flames were shooting through the roof in the early morning hours of Thursday, Jan. 8.

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This year’s theme for the Guilderland Fire Department's open house was, “Working smoke alarms save lives.” The department aims to make kids teachers in their homes so families check detectors, and practice fire drills.

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GUILDERLAND — All three of the independent businesses at 3905 Carman Road — a deli, a dentist’s office, and a dance studio — plan to rebuild after a rooftop fire on Dec. 20 caused extensive damage.

Linda Chaffee wrote a letter to the Enterprise editor on Sept. 5, declaring that she thought the $3.9 million bond project vote was “probably” legal, but that it was “possibly not” ethical.

GUILDERLAND — The meeting of the Westmere Board of Fire Commissioners previously scheduled for Monday, Sept. 23, at 6:30 p.m. has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 24.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at 1741 Western Ave. in Guilderland.

Fire Departments have long been a keystone of community involvement but to members in Guilderland they’re even more than that — they’re family.

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