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Tedisco, Koetzle to Hold COVID At-Home-Test Kit Drive-Thru Giveaway in Glenville on Saturday

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C-Glenville) today announced that he has received from the state about 1,000 COVID-19 rapid, at-home test kits that he will be partnering with Glenville Supervisor Chris Koetzle to distribute free of charge to residents at a drive-through giveaway at the Glenville Senior Center, 32 Worden Road, Glenville, NY, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (or while supplies last) on Saturday, January 22, 2022.
GLENVILLE, NY

Paving solutions for Glenridge Road bridge

GLENVILLE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The notorious Glenridge Road railroad bridge is finally seeing some solutions after being hit time after time. Local officials break down the changes that are to come over the next two years. “I think what we can say right now is hallelujah because we have a plan put in place,”  said Senator […]
GLENVILLE, NY
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Hochul to give one billion to pave our potholes

New York State (WRGB) — Your drive to work or school could be getting a whole lot smoother. Part of Gov. Hochul's proposed budget for next year sets aside a big chunk of money-specifically- for potholes. When Troy Mayor Patrick Madden heard news of a proposed 1 billion dollars...
TROY, NY
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Johnstown state of emergency continues through Feb. 1, water ops to stay under DPW

JOHNSTOWN — The City of Johnstown will remain under its “limited state of emergency” due to its water system operations at least until Feb. 1. While that declaration, made Tuesday by Mayor Amy Praught — presiding over her first Johnstown Common Council meeting — sounds serious, the order is primarily being used as a way for the city’s day-to-day water operations to keep being handled by the Department of Public Works, rather than the Water Board.
JOHNSTOWN, NY
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Gloversville looks to advance brownfield cleanup

GLOVERSVILLE — Mayor Vince DeSantis and City Attorney Amanda Rose are set to meet with Fulton County Attorney Jason Brott on Thursday to advance the city’s plan to acquire four brownfield properties through tax foreclosure and then apply for federal funding to clean up and redevelop the long-abandoned parcels.
GLOVERSVILLE, NY
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Founders Day Feb. 24 to focus on Schenectady's rebirth

The establishment of Union College in 1795 by the citizens of Schenectady was a matter of local and regional pride. So too is the revitalization of Schenectady more than two centuries later. William B. Patrick, author of “Metrofix: The Combative Comeback of a Company Town,” will be the keynote speaker...
SCHENECTADY, NY
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Schenectady residents thankful for snow plow progress this winter

Schenectady, NY (WRGB) — Schenectady residents say they’re pleased with the city’s snow plow progress this winter, compared to last winter. CBS6 worked to speak with city leaders on Monday during the storm, but city offices were closed because of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. CBS6’s...
SCHENECTADY, NY
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Lawmakers say Glenville bridge construction urgent as crashes continue

Lawmakers say construction on the Glenville bridge can't happen soon enough. NewsChannel 13 told you Monday about another truck that hit the bridge. We reported back in November that construction was set to start in December to keep people from hitting the bridge. State Senator Jim Tedisco (R-Glenville) says Monday’s...
GLENVILLE, NY
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Road closures following early morning gas leak in Rotterdam

Rotterdam, N.Y. (WRGB): Crews in Rotterdam have responded to a gas leak on Rte 7 westbound. All lanes are closed on Curry Rd between N. Wescott Rd and Vincent Ave. of Elm Street. National Grid is on the scene, working to repair the leak. There is no word on a...
ROTTERDAM, NY