Articles by Kristin Schultz

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Town receives update on wastewater plant

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter Upgrades to Niskayuna’s wastewater treatment plant are nearly two-thirds complete, and by the end of 2019 the facility should be positioned to service a growing town for another 20 to 30 years. Dennis Clough of…

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Police make up bulk of Niskayuna’s top earners

NISKAYUNA — Police chief Dan McManus was one of three Niskayuna employees who tied for the town’s top-paid employees in 2017. Along with water and sewer superintendent Rich Pollock and comptroller Paul Sebesta, McManus was paid a salary of $126,324. Seven of the…

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Hillside Elementary School students Mia Morrow and Vivian Reeves participated in this year's Jump Rope for Heart.

Pouring their heart into jumping rope

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter Their hearts were bursting with generosity again this year as Hillside Elementary School students tied on their tennis shoes and picked up jump ropes for the annual Jump Rope for Heart event. Last year the…


Landry, Fronk land jobs with the county

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter Former Niskayuna supervisor Joe Landry and his director of administrative operations have both landed jobs with Schenectady County. Effective Jan. 17, Landry became the deputy director of Public Works. His salary is $85,000. He will…