Comments by joseph4700
Posted on January 22 at 9:05 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Does anyone know the former owners name? As a child my uncle Dr. Angelo would bring us to his wife's family place of business on a Lake (?)Her name was Gene last name maybe Hennecy spelling ?
Posted on November 24 at 1:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)
DEAD BEAT DAD
Posted on August 5 at 12:32 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Surplus, that's the same as over payment. Is it not? That one of the problems we have in this country. We overpay and they find a way to spend it. Reduce spending like they do is any successful business. Oh! STOP GIVING YOURSELFS RAISES> Enough is enough. REDUCE< REDUCE
Posted on August 2 at 8:56 a.m. (Suggest removal)
There is less traffic on Rt. 50 going to Saratoga and Glenville now. Did you forget that "GE" and Alco are mostly GONE. That's much less traffic than when people went to work and came home at a set time. The people that travel to and from the Casino will be traveling at different times.
Glenville is trying to get the developers and the city of Schenectady to pay for there dreams. So many of these people moved out of the city to have there homes in the rural area. Now Glenville get the taxes. Now they can spend it on there own town.
Posted on May 23 at 2:36 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Global Foundries is sitting on an Aquafer that has billions of gallons of water. There are two water companies across the street from one another. The Town of Malta and the Town of Stillwater; better yet the Saratoga county should acquire them for the good of the public.
Posted on September 4 at 2:17 p.m. (Suggest removal)
How about lots of little fires to get rid of the wood.
Posted on August 10 at 12:19 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Had a GREAT TIME tonight with a lot of my old friends and class mates. Music was great with lots of oldies. Plenty of food. Thanks to all the people who helped put this reunion together. It was well organized and there were people from 1962, 1963 and 1964. Tomorrow. I am looking foward to.
Posted on August 8 at 3:48 a.m. (Suggest removal)
You guys can say HI! to Bernnie/ Maybe play cards, But no dealing off the bottom. One or all of you will probably die in prision. Great roll models. Maybe Buba will be there.
Posted on July 29 at 3:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Take in a QUARTER. Ring up a DIME. Five more years this Town will be MINE. The land of WHAT? Some people come here to live, some come to undermine a system for the needy. Some of the needy, need JOBS, not benifits. Sanata Claus died for them. Put a bounty on these crooks. Pay a percentage of what is recovered and the finding would be millions of dollars in savings.
Posted on July 7 at 4:55 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Where I grew up, in our back yard there was about 100 feet of land then there were several sets of railroad tracks with trains going day and night, seven days a week. On they other side of the tracks was the main GE plant. When I visited my friend in Woodhaven, Queens, NY he live near the L trains. There was a lot of noise and ground rumbling at both places. I didn't notice it after a short time, you got use to it. Go in a room where they are cooking something it smells. You get use to it and don't even notice it. But, someone new said "what's that smell ? Or what that noise? Again your answer is I didn't even notice it.
Many of the people who live in Luther forest and the surrounding areas probably had similar experiences. Then there are the few who complain no matter what. If you don't like the way the town board makes there decisions, get up there and run for an office or better yet give some of your free time to the community.
In the 50's and 60's there was a test site where GlobalFoundries is now. They tested jet engins for the General Electric. The noise and the ground would shake. It's call progress.
The town should be happy with all the things GlobalFoundries has do to improve our town. The "demands" they want now (some of the board members) are a little to much. They should not have to pay for everything to improve the roads etc.
The work they created and the money that is going into our community and surrounding areas, speak for themself.
Joseph DiDonna Sr.