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John C. Overbeck, Guilderland Center

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To the Editor:

The citizens of Guilderland (parents in particular) have always demanded the best for the children, schools, libraries, sports, playgrounds, emergency response, etc., etc.

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Guilderland police officers and school officials are reminding drivers to be careful around school buses with flashing lights, or face high fines and penalties.

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The public got a look at how to preempt risk, with simulated impairment goggles and talks with safety experts at the Traffic Safety Awareness event at Crossgates Mall in Guilderland last weekend.

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Community Service Appreciation Week was scheduled to honor local emergency responders during the week of Sept. 11, the anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 2001.

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At the Tuesday National Night Out in Tawasentha Park, sponsored by the Guilderland Police Department’s Community Service Unit. crowds turned out for the annual free event but were deluged by rain later in the night.

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