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Town to begin paving in May

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter The snowplows have been put away and the dump trucks and steamrollers are preparing to head out as street-paving season is set to start. Preparation work is slated to begin the first week of May…

PETER R. BARBER/GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER A mound of dirt covers bill boards on Maple Avenue in Glenville Tuesday, December 27, 2017.

County aims to set Maple Avenue straight

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter GLENVILLE — After more than two years of planning, work should resume on a new 2,000-foot stretch of Maple Avenue in Glenville in the next few months and wrap up this summer. While the project…

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Construction equipment could soon start up as Barbera Homes nears the end of the municipal approval process.

Work may begin on Park Ridge subdivision

BY KRISTIN SCHULTZ Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Hammers should start swinging this spring at the Park Ridge subdivision if Barbera Homes gains the final approval it is seeking at the Feb. 28 Niskayuna Town Board Meeting. Owner Frank Barbera appeared…

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Bridge project to close busy city street

By Stephen Williams CP Rail will replace its Nott Street bridge over the next month, a project that will close a busy section of Nott Street where it merges with Erie Boulevard. The work will detour about 12,000 vehicles per…

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Williams Auto apartment project to add land

BY KATE SECKINGER Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Peter Luizzi, the contractor behind the plan to build a $30 million upscale residential development on the Williams Auto Scrap Yard site, said the project is right on schedule. But now the project,…

In this frame from a video of a ceremonial resolution at Town Hall in 2013, Alice Wagner is honored for her service to the town.

Hillside Avenue open again after water and sewer work

BY REBECCA ISENHART Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — A multiple-week detour around Hillside Avenue near the Hillcrest Village apartments has finally ended. The closure was related to water and sewer line work necessary for the construction of the new Iroquois Village…