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Posted on March 13 at 6:49 p.m. (Suggest removal)

What relevance does the location of Remington have to do with this idiot shooting up the town of Herkimer?


From: Police kill Herkimer area rampage suspect


Posted on March 7 at 8:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)

It says you will get a credit on your bill within 90 days. I would think you will need to have previouse invoices or ask them to look into their archives if you are not a current subscriber.


From: Glenville customers among those to share in cable refunds


Posted on March 5 at 4:30 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Two more years of sit and wait. Jobs waiting to be had. This is not about factual evidence, this about bowing to pressure from the liberal environmentalists who still want to push their "green energy" agenda of wind turbines and solar panels, both of which have been proven to be highly expensive and not very effective in lowering our dependence on foreign oil. It has already been proven that mistakes of the past with fracking have been addressed and with proper regulatory oversight, fracking is safe and is non-polluting. Why didn’t they do the same careful studying about the cause of gun violence? They didn’t seem to have any trouble stomping on the 2nd amendment in a very short period of time without the public’s input.


From: NY senators seek fracking delay to await key study


Posted on February 18 at 8:39 p.m. (Suggest removal)

wmarincic - the Saratoga paper reads "Alicia was pronounced dead at the scene, while Marian was transported to Albany Medical Center where she was listed in serious condition on Saturday. Neither Alicia nor Marian were wearing seat-belts. The driver, Marian, was arrested for driving while intoxicated." Maybe instead of going after the paper and those that are reading it, you should call the State Police and straighten them out.


From: Rensselaer County woman charged in fatal crash


Posted on January 20 at 6:49 p.m. (Suggest removal)

"His NY Rising book, released in conjunction with the speech, outlines a package of proposals aimed at making state government more transparent." More transparent, Really? Cuomo just pushed through new gun laws, behind closed doors, not allowing the mandated 3 day look-over of the bill, or asking the citizens of the State what they thought. He used the blatantly false claim that it was for necessity. He wouldn’t know transparency if it bit him in the leg.


From: Election reform may be in the offing


Posted on August 30 at 6:51 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Starman,

The fact is, he did leave Bain in 1999 as an active CEO/President. It took three years ( until 2002 not 2005) before his name was removed, due to government regulations. Still, even if your facts were correct, he had nothing to do with Bain in 2008 which still leaves the question, why was he even mentioned?


From: Bain-owned Schenectady cable-box company files for bankruptcy


Posted on April 27 at 3:30 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I drive past the thing every weekday and most weekends. I really don't ever notice it. In fact, until now, I didn't even know what it was. I think McCarthy is being a horses butt on this one.


From: Schenectady mayor wants RPI to move nuclear reactor from Alco site


Posted on February 29 at 9:38 a.m. (Suggest removal)

You can always hook up the laptop to your TV or get a $20-$40 digital/HD indoor antenna and hook it up. The whole idea of WTEN or any other local station charging rebroadcast fees is idiotic in the first place.


From: WTEN may go dark on cable tonight


Posted on February 15 at 11:23 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Why in the world would it cost $2.9 million to maintain the current status quo? I think it is time to allow your average homeowner to sit in on the negotiations with teachers union so that we can have an input on what our money is being spent on.

One vote yea or nay is not input.
It appears that most of the cost increase in contractual. Who agreed to these contracts?


From: Scotia-Glenville district sees painful cost-cutting ahead


Posted on February 9 at 12:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Sounds like a winner to me.


From: Glenville negotiating with bank to handle its tax collections


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