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GUILDERLAND — The passion of high school students here describing their tech-savvy creative projects to the school board Tuesday night unfolded into the measured words of school leaders mapping a future for the school that would lead to more college credits.

Bernard Bott, who described himself as “mentor, life coach, and librarian,” leads a group of diverse students in creating in-depth projects of their choosing.

The chain will send targeted discounts to regular customers of the store, to encourage them to shop at other nearby Price Choppers during the transition.

The University of Albany Foundation's purchase of a large tract of wooded land adjacent to the campus but within a residential area has neighbors worried.

Steve Buck, this week, said the construction company had never declared bankruptcy, but it was “looking to refinance the project.”

Former Supervisor Kenneth Runion retired on Nov. 23, before his term was up, because he sold his house and moved to Florida.

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

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