This documents starts with New York state's Final Master Plan for John Boyd Thacher State Park and then has all figures that accompany the plan. After Figure 16B is the Master Plan Map and Trails Map for Thacher Park. The last and largest document is the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the master plan.
A copy of New Scotland's 2014 Adopted Budget, with a summary provided in the beginning. The second portion of the document includes individual worksheets providing a more detailed look at the budget.
Guilderland Police Department's transcription of the YouTube video "Guilderland sophomore rap" released to the media on Thursday, Nov. 21. Police redacted certain portions of the transcription that appear to be instances where students were named. WARNING: There is obscene content and profanity included in the attached document that may offend some people.
Community Caregivers formally announced on Wednesday, Oct. 30, that Kathy Burbank will serve as its executive director starting Monday, Nov. 18, The company in a press release said Burbank is "well-known for being devoted to the community" through her six-year tenure at the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce.
If you're looking to dig a little deeper into New Scotland's proposed budget for next year, the entire document is posted below. The beginning of the budget includes an opening message from Town Supervisor Tom Dolin. There are several worksheet pages included after the main budget documents.
If you're looking to get into the nitty-gritty of Albany County Executive Dan McCoy's proposed budget for next year, you can view the complete booklet. You might need to wait a minute for the large document to load and you can also download it.
The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has completed a draft master plan and draft environmental impact statement for John Boyd Thacher and Thompson Lake state parks. A public hearing plan will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1, at New Scotland Town Hall, which is located at 2029 New Scotland Road.
The towns of Bethlehem, Colonie, Guilderland and New Scotland offer several chances to enjoy the outdoors while bands perform during the summer of 2013.
Nine representatives from area Chambers of Commerce organizations are traveling today, June 6, to Washington, D.C., to meet with state congressional lawmakers.
The Guilderland Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Dinner, Wednesday, June 12, at Mallozzis Clubhouse at Western Turnpike Golf Course. The event will include a cocktail hour starting at 5:30 p.m. and dinner will follow.
Voorheesville Middle School students’ usage of electronic devices is being tightly controlled under a new pilot policy developed by school administrators. Jim Franchini, principal of Voorheesville Middle School, sent an email through the district’s School News Notifier system Friday, April 12, morning detailing the new policy.
Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny at The Crossings on March 23
Rep. Paul Tonko will be visiting the Voorheesville Public Library on Wednesday, March 27, at 7 p.m., to discuss health insurance changes occurring under the Affordable Care Act, such as the new Health Insurance Marketplace opening this fall.
The Colonie Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Colonie Restaurant Week, a weeklong event highlighting the eateries in and around Colonie. The week begins on Monday, March 18, 2013 and runs in participating restaurants until Sunday, March 24, 2013. Each participating restaurant will prepare a special three-course meal for only $20.13.
Colonie local Brendan Martin, a.k.a. rapper B. Martin, and the State University at New York posted "The SUNY Anthem" today.
Some quick thoughts after viewing the seeds for the Section II girls basketball playoffs: • The Bethlehem side of the Class AA bracket is very interesting. Besides the top-seeded Lady Eagles, you have defending Sectional champion Colonie and Big 10 power Catholic Central battling each other to see who will ...
Some quick thoughts after viewing the brackets for the Section II boys basketball tournament: • The CBA-Green Tech match-up I thought was going to take place in the Class AA finals will now likely take place in the semifinals after the Section II committee placed the independent Eagles as the ...
In advance of this week's Section II Division I boys swimming and diving championships, here is a list of those who have already qualified for the state meet and those who are in contention to do so with their top times of the season: Already qualified 200-yard medley relay: Shenendehowa ...
Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority presented its annual report at the Schenectady County Legislature committee meetings Monday, Feb. 4, which reviews all of the economic development projects the agency has supported. Included below is the presentation given to legislators.
More than 20 restaurants in downtown Schenectady and nearby locations will be participating in the 8th Annual Schenectady Restaurant Week, which stretches from Monday, Feb. 18, to Sunday, Feb. 24. The restaurants will offer special fixed-price menus for $20.13 featuring a selection of appetizers, entrees and desserts.