Comments by JoanneDeVoe
Posted on November 4 at 10:36 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Nice story, Jeff! Nice career, Tim!
Posted on October 31 at 11:33 a.m. (Suggest removal)
The Town of Ballston is behind in economic development - we need clean, appropriate jobs and the benefits that commercial property can bring in the property tax revenue. There is enough room in the town to retain the charming rural aspect; while using the route 50 corridor for business ventures! Farms need not be compromised to accomplish this goal. Re: water - we liked the water that came from Schenectady's prize winning aquafer to the Hudson River water - Re: water - municiple water sources preclude the need for municiple sewers.
Posted on November 3 at 8:46 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Chicken Livers from Gershon's, braided mozarella (smoked and/or marinated) from Cappiello's, chocolate from Uncle Sam, Bread from Josephine (Upper Union St. and other Farmers' Markets), Braided Garlic from Santina DiCocco (downtown and other farmers' markets), cookies, spumoni and lemon ice (North Jay St.)
From: Portable Schenectady
Posted on October 14 at 9:52 a.m. (Suggest removal)
One great place to be outside in Schenectady is at the Upper Union Street Harvest on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 10-3. Stroll among local artists, let the kids take a pony ride, shop the Farmers' Market and Gourmet Market Place for locally grown produce and ag related products, grab a "braided" pizza frites at Scotti's, take in the music at Salamack's, Home Style Pizza, Scotti's, and Gershon's. Take a free historic walking tour at 11am from First Niagara Bank, participate in Dutch Folk Dancing from 1-3pm across from Gershon's and visit 10 artists at Sow's Ear Studio; including local artist, Julie Branch at the opening of the new Upstairs Gallery at Sow's Ear. And so much more! Free admission. This little slice of country in the city is part of Schenectady County's Farm & Foliage Day.
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