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Wormuth quits committee after land sales are reported

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The Halfmoon town supervisor has resigned from the county Board of Supervisors’ Public Works Committee because of a controversy involving property she sold to a developer whose former company may be interested in buying the county landfill. Mindy Wormuth announced Wednesday she’s stepping down from the committee, of which she is chairwoman. Her announcement comes three days after the Times Union published a story that said Wormuth and her husband, Larry, sold two properties on ...

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March 1, 2012
9:48 a.m.

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Ms. Wormuth should now resign from the Halfmoon Town Board. How can the citizens of Halfmoon trust her with the best interests of the town when she had such a cozy relationship with a real estate developer?