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Posted on January 13 at 11:43 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Who paid for this event?

From: Casino worries, excites Glenville merchants

Posted on January 10 at 4:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)

In the beginning it was a nice place to go. My daughter was very young and she loved the Carousel. The food court was good and a few good restaurants. Lots of memories for my daughter meeting her friends and going to the movies. Paving over nature is not the cause of the malls demise. It is the economy and a sign of the times. So for us baby boomers who pushed our chldren in strollers....I am holding those memories

From: ‘Another nail in the coffin’ for Rotterdam Square

Posted on January 7 at 7:42 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Andddddddd the empty lot across from Price Chopper?????? Maybe Koetzle's "assistant" can help. You know -- the one we are paying to help him do his job because he can't do it on his own? The one that "retired" with the plan already in place to hire him back because poor Mr. Koetzle knew he could not handle it alone. So frustrating that so many people feel the same way yet the good ol' boy gets elected. Oh and just wondering - who paid for that recent dinner at Water's Edge????

From: Glenville State of the Town Address set for Wednesday

Posted on December 24 at 7:50 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I love this girl and I do not even know her!! She seems to have the kindest heart. I hope a bright future is in store for her!

From: Rotterdam store cashier’s good deed recognized

Posted on December 10 at 3:05 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Now what did Chris Koetzle do???

From: Socha seeking restaurant for Glenville plaza

Posted on October 24 at 4:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Oh Wait maybe your assistant advised you to make that comment

From: Water main break snarls busy Glenville road

Posted on October 24 at 3:56 p.m. (Suggest removal)

duhhhhh like we would take Freemans Bridge Chris

From: Water main break snarls busy Glenville road

Posted on October 10 at 3:05 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Very sad They poured their heart and soul into this~~

From: Café in Burnt Hills burns down

Posted on September 29 at 7:37 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Seriously??? How about Koetzle do his job on his own without his "assistant"?? That would save money- not to speak of the ridiculous salary increase that he received when taking on his current position. Oh and how about filling the weed infested political sign catch all across from Price Chopper - It's and eyesore and my feelings are shared by many. Many that would increase tax revenue We will be at both meetings as I am sure many others will be to express these exact feelings. Just have to see if we can find out the time of the public hearing on Nov 5th It's usually a secret and a joke because decisions are already made before the meetings start.

From: Proposed Glenville budget would squeak in below tax cap

Posted on August 5 at 7:09 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Totally agree with both of you. Koetzle can't do his job right and spews out uninformed information. There are much more important areas in Glenville that need improving- stop playing favorites and let the small business person succeed. We found it quite funny that the sign for the new Socha building was up before it was "approved" -Do something about the weed infested political sign catch all across from Price Chopper, pave secondary roads, stop intimidating residents of a neighborhood where lights from a football field will shine in there windows late at night, .....shall I go on? Let's not forget that Koetzle felt the job was too much for him and needed an assistant - the assistant that had "retired" Tell me that wasn't a plan!!! He will never get our vote again or the votes of people in my neighborhood

From: Glenville wants piece of Schenectady casino pie

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