The town says the property at 7 Ayre Dr. in Guilderland, which was destroyed last January, could be an “attractive nuisance,” or a dangerous site.

Four of the town board’s five members, a supermajority, would have to support the allowance.

If the project does not go in, board members pointed out, the land can revert to its original business zoning.

Kenneth Cooke, Medusa

(Mrs.) Janet L. Haseley, Rensselaerville

GUILDERLAND — As the Mill Hollow project languishes, the developer has asked the town board to lift restrictions that led to its approval in 2006.

In December, Scenic Rensselaerville, a group that court papers describe as having 170 members, many of them artists, sued the Albany County sheriff in December.

Phillips has been partnering with Red Kap, a local petroleum and gas distributor on the plans for expansion into the new areas of business, he said.

Vasilios "Vas" Lefkaditis, Knox Town Supervisor

GUILDERLAND — Supervisor Peter Barber received rounds of applause twice from the crowd of about 30 residents at the Feb. 2 town board meeting.


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