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Posted on November 16 at 1:58 p.m. (Suggest removal)

There are no full-time town supervisors in Schenectady County.


From: Koetzle may get full-time position as Glenville supervisor


Posted on November 15 at 9:54 p.m. (Suggest removal)

mdraves1: Where have you found that $83,000 is "well above" the salaries of comparable full-time supervisors?

The town of Glenville has a population of 29,480. Here is data on nearby towns that employ full-time supervisors with populations closest in size to that of Glenville:

Town: Bethlehem
Supervisor: John Clarkson
Population: 33,656
Full-time pay in 2012: $101,890

Town: Guilderland
Supervisor: Kenneth D. Runion
Population: 35,303
Full-time pay in 2013: $104,487

Town: Clifton Park
Supervisor: Phil Barrett
Population: 36,705
Full-time pay in 2013: $90,000

--Bethany Bump


From: Koetzle may get full-time position as Glenville supervisor


Posted on November 6 at 6:28 p.m. (Suggest removal)

The PM email edition is automated, curating the last 20 or so articles that have been posted to www.dailygazette.com.


From: Tally incomplete in 4th Judicial District


Posted on October 12 at 10:28 a.m. (Suggest removal)

What the heck does liberalism have to do with this? Yup, all liberals are for kids fighting with each other, disrespecting teachers, and ignoring police requests. Just ludicrous. The problem is there is no supervision or discipline going on at home, and thus, the kids feel they can do what they want with no repercussions. Getting thrown out of school? Not sure whether that will actually be a punishment, or a reward for these kids? It doesn't sound like learning is their top priority. Kudos to the police for coming in and keeping the peace. Sounds like we have a "Lean on Me'' moment and need a Morgan Freeman-type (Joe Clark) to come in, kick a$$ and turn things around.


From: Schenectady middle school issues grow


Posted on October 10 at 3:55 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Next year, try lawn clippings to keep weeds at bay...they take care of interlopers and add nitrates to your soil. And if you or a neighbor leaves them on the street for pickup, it'll save you a lawn bag too.


From: Last of the Summer Red


Posted on July 23 at 11:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)

As the reporter who covered this event, I can confidently say that the 100 head count applied to participants, not journalists. There were, however, a dozen or so journalists there.


From: Protesters seek 'Justice for Trayvon'


Posted on April 25 at 9:35 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Different Popolizio. You're thinking of Frank Popolizio.


From: 100-room hotel planned in Glenville


Posted on January 4 at 1:30 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Although the "slashing" was the call, it looked a heck of a lot more like Gost was, for lack of better term, giving a little tap to the jewels...


From: Union's Gostisbehere ready to bring home WJC gold medal


Posted on November 14 at 5:53 p.m. (Suggest removal)

For the record, writer Ben Coccio and director Derek Cianfrance have both said Rittner was instrumental in convincing "The Place Beyond the Pines" to shoot in Schenectady. The narrative was always set in the city, but there were talks about filming it elsewhere.


From: Editorial: Keep Don Rittner as county historian


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