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Mahan expects banner year for town of Colonie

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New businesses, ongoing residential construction and additional parkland should make 2013 a banner year for Colonie, Supervisor Paula Mahan said in her State of the Town address Wednesday. The town’s top executive reflected upon some of the gains made in Colonie last year and predicted even greater development through the remainder of her third term. During her sixth annual message Wednesday, Mahan said the elimination of a crippling deficit has put Colonie in a strong ...


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bostonredsoxfan
January 10, 2013
7:13 a.m.

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Unfortunately, Supervisor Mahan and the Town of Colonie refuse to address the public health and safety hazard, as well as eyesore, of the burned-out Anker house on Maxwell Road. One year after the fire it's still standing, and unsecured. What ever happened to the commitment to act on abandoned properties?

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