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.
The Glenville Efficiency in Government (EIG) Committee is seeking new members to fill vacancies. The Town Board established to committee to have residents study and make recommendations on how to run town government more efficiently.
Rep. Paul Tonko, D-Amsterdam, announced on Thursday, Dec. 13, he was appointed to the House of Representatives' Committee on Energy and Commerce. Tonko representatives said it is one of the oldest and "most prestigious" committees in the House, which addresses national energy policy, public and mental health policy and regulation ...
Schenectady County Community College Board of Trustees Chairwoman Denise Murphy McGraw was reappointed to the Association of Community College Trustee’s Governance and Bylaws Committee.
The former Ingersoll Mansion, after being moved twice, has been leased by Berkshire Bank as part of the Mansion Square development in Niskayuna.
Capital District writers from various serenes and styles will be featured at an event to highlight the literary talent in the community. The Hudson Valley Writers Guild, in partnership with Schenectady County Public Library, will hold its annual Community of Writers reading on Sunday, Nov. 18, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Schenectady County Public Library's main branch.
The Schenectady County Legislature on Friday, Sept. 28, held a public hearing on the proposal to override the state imposed tax cap. County officials said the legislature could increase the property tax levy by 2.95 percent and remain within the tax cap.
Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority and city officials on Tuesday, Sept. 25, announced construction is starting this week to upgrade the crosswalk linking the Metroplex Parking Garage and Stratton Plaza in downtown Schenectady.
Schenectady County Community College School of Music on Saturday, Sept. 29, will host an open house for the public to see the new building from 2 to 4 p.m., with a faculty concert featuring the Empire Jazz Orchestra.
The Town of Glenville is seeking applicants to fill a a vacancy on its Planning and Zoning Commission. Anyone interested in the position must able to regularly attend its two monthly meetings, which include an agenda meeting on the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. and its regular meeting the following Monday at 7 p.m. Also, commission members are expected to stay informed on development related issues in the town.
The Chamber of Schenectady County and county officials are partnering with Colt Recycling to offer the free service for county businesses and residents. The event will be held on Friday, Sept. 14, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Colt Refining and Recycling, which is located in the Glenville Technology Park off Route 5.
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Schenectady County Sheriff Dagostino on Thursday, Aug. 9, announced the county is offering the Yellow Dot program to local residents. The free program is designed to help first responders provide life-saving medical attention during the first “golden hour” after a car crash or other emergency.
Target recently announced its holding a four-day "job fair" from Wednesday, Aug. 15, to Saturday, Aug. 18, and its seeking to hire 200 new team members. The store is scheduled to open this October at the former Kmart Plaza on Route 50.
The Schenectady Inner City Ministry on Thursday, Aug. 9, announced its annual CROP Hunger Walk this year raised nearly $51,000, which is an event allowing neighbors to walk together to help end hunger throughout the world.
Community members will be able to check out the new Niskayuna Fire District No. 1 Station during several guided tours.
Schalmont Central School District will hold two superintendent search community meetings (June 27 & 28) to gather input from district residents.
The Town of Niskayuna has unveiled its summer concert series lineup, which is free to attend and happens outside Town Hall on Thursday nights.
Many people relied on the Rotterdam Junction Fire Department for a meal after devastating floods swept through last fall and now they're asking the public to help improve their kitchen.