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Posted on March 27 at 6:02 p.m. (Suggest removal)

That is Central NY, NOT Upstate, NY.

From: Costco store coming to region?

Posted on March 11 at 7:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)

CBS6Albany: A family member has just told CBS6 that 9-year-old Elijah Sleight, a victim of Sunday's crash in Amsterdam, has died. Two women were killed in the crash, and two other children were pulled from the wreckage. Chris Gloninger CBS6Albany is following the story and will have the latest tonight on CBS6 News.

From: UPDATE: 2 women killed, 2 children seriously injured in Amsterdam crash

Posted on March 5 at 1 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Seriously? This is as stupid as NYC's ban on Soft Drinks. My plastic grocery bags are recycled for use as pet waste disposal containment units. If they are made out of recycled and bio-degradable materials then what's the problem?

From: Petition: Ban plastic bags in Saratoga Springs

Posted on March 5 at 12:56 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Time to clean house @ SSHA. That should include ALL staff whether management, secretarial or maintenance. All have bowed down to the almighty Spychalski and did not step in to say anything about the mismanagement of the agency so it's time for all to go. Ignoring the state's demand because you don't think it important enough on your agenda is not a good enough excuse.

From: Saratoga Springs housing board’s ouster sought

Posted on November 21 at 9:49 p.m. (Suggest removal)

The Handicap Parking Laws need to be enforced all year round in all Cities/Towns/Villages and communities. Those spaces are there for those who need it. If you can (truly and without faking it) walk 100ft without stopping then please leave leave the handicapped parking spaces for those who are truly disabled such as those in wheelchairs and the elderly with canes or walkers. It is not fare to those who need it when you abuse the privilege.

From: Albany County police to enforce handicapped parking on Black Friday

Posted on November 10 at 11:26 p.m. (Suggest removal)

NEPCS can not release client info to the public unless certain circumstances happen. They have to keep the client's info confidential and typically these youth come back to the group homes on their own. There are rules the agencies must abide by to ensure clients well being and safety. These youth do not ESCAPE per say and don't chew out NEPCS, you have no idea what it is like for the staff and clients there. I have personally lived in the Zoller Girls Home at 1768 Eastern Parkway in Schenectady and I know the girls there have a lot going on in their lives and the staff there do their best to aide the girls.

From: Schenectady police seek teen who left group home

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