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     10                                                                                                                                                                  The Altamont Enterprise—Thursday, June 9,19&.
     'Less development or less                                                                                                                                           THIS IS ONLY A DRILL
               By Andrew Schotz              nance of sanity,in the turmoil is .   We're going to have a slfcuatio*
      " .GUILDERLAND CENTJER -~              one that's very useful."              that'll make New,Jersey look
       In the firat of three public hear-       The '.committee is studying        like-a wilderness."
    i n g s , the committee studying         approximately 3Q. square miles,          While almost, all .whb* spoke
       west.Guilderland heard, what          or the'half of town west of-the       were opposed to intense devel-
      the locals had to say, and the         Conrail tracks. It is working         opment, one resident said°"th,e
      message ;was clear: don't      toward a report that will proba-      committee needed a devil's ad-
       tense developmerit'.come'herey,       bly address issues such as wa-        vocate.
          In a crowded room a t the fire-    ter, sewers, Zoning, and traffic         "Dd we really have to change,.
     liouse, more than 20 people             by, October.                          anything?" asked Don Miletich,
       spoke, most urging the commit-       - In the mean time,, the Town          of Route 20. "...There are many^
       tee to consider the joys of open      Board has imposed a' morato-          levels of government controlling*
      space-.-                               rium on all subdivisions of six       growth... I have a problem with
          Stuart Free of Meadowdale          lots or more in that half of town.    too many levels of government,
    , 'Road talked about the traffic- he     Three large subdivisions pro-         with - government telling me
      §ee.s on his road: runners,            posed for Guilderland Center          what to do all the time.. v I really
      walkers, bicyclists, and the           could have added about 300 new        question the necessity to change
      Guilderland High School track          units.                  «*            anything... Im think we've got a
      team. "You might say so"                  Some Guilderland Center res-       good system and I think it's
      what...but if that was a highly        idents asked that stricter stan-      working."         , -
      developed area they wouldn't be        dards bet imposed on land zoned          Miletich also asked if resi-
      able to do that," he said.             Agricultural. The minimum lot         dents will be able to afford the
        /."This should remain a high         size in that zon6 is now two          open space they covet. "Can you
       quality area," he continued.          acres.            L                   maintain the character and not
      "There are a lot of parts to the          I want the requirements of the     be overtaxed?" he asked, piting
      quality of life and...the mainte-      Agricultural zonfe increased to       the overwhelming .'defeat of the
                                             three or five nacres] like neigh-     school budget.
                                             boring townships," said Ann              The committee was told
          TRANSMISSION                       Wilson of Haas Road. She said         bluntly that it has been charged
                                             she enjoys the area's rural na-       with an important task.
            TROUBLE?                         ture, and "I want it to stay that        "Future generations are ei-
                    Call                     way for manyj many genera-            ther going to thank you or con-
                                             tions."                               demn you," Free said.
          Tri-City                              Grin Smiley of Gardner Road,          Hearings will be held Tuesday
                                             said, "Maybe that's the problem       at Altamont Elementary School
       Transmissions                         in the world today. There are too     at 7 p.m. and Thursday a t
                                             many people. You can't put 10         O'Connor's Auction Barn at 7
                                             pounds in a five-pound bag....        p.m.

                                             Street lights approved...                                                                                                                                           The Enterprise — Bryce Butler
                                       tContinued from Page 1)                                                                                                      Firefighters, rescue squads, police, and search and rescue teams
                                                                          Existing plantings in- the
                                                                                                                                                                    took part in a rescue drill at Thacher Park Sunday morning. The
                                   decision of democracy," one right-of-way will be allowed                                                                         scenario included a rescuer stricken with a heart attack and a fallen
          Transmission             asked how soon the lights would until they die or have to be re-
                                   be installed, so he could seek a moved for some reason. But
                                                                                                                                                                    climber being hauled up from the bottqmofthe cliff atMaile's Cave.

                                   court injunction .against the they may not be replaced.
                                   Work. Mayor Kenneth Runion, P a v e m e n t w i d t h s , 'differ,
                                   who had voted against the Runion said, but in general a
                                                                                                                                                                Low turnout for spring fair...
          $49 '         most cars  lights, said the work would safe rule for homeowners who
                                   probably begin next week.           want to avoid a strip 30 feet from
                                                                                                                                                                       (Continued from Page 1)          Nearbyl h u n g Kyle Mc-
                                                                                                                                                                 portions, colors, and new sub- Cormick's' version of Edouard
                                                                                                                                                                 ject matter to explore. We are Manet's "Boy With Cherries"
                                              Right-of-way             thejeenter of the road.    fl
       • Fast Reliable Service        Following a public hearing at       In other business:       i                                                             pushed outside of ourselves be- and Katie Jones's interpretation
       • RebuiHb in Stock          which nobody spoke, the board          —The board voted unani-                                                                yond our own interests into the of "Joaquina" by Henri Matisse.
       • All Makes. Cars & Trucks, voted unanimously ,to forbid mously to begin bringing utili-                                                                  world of another. We learn from        The work of the other students
                                   buildings, constructions and ties into the new park on -Gun                                                                   that world and bring it back at the school — such as the
          Domestics & Imports                                                                                                                                    transformed through.our own k i n d e r g a r t n e r s ' m a s k s , the
       • We Repair 4 Wheel Drives  plantings on the right-of-way Club Road, at the site of the
                                   along roads in the village. The former gun club. At a request                                                                 personality to become a part of first-graders' lilacs, and the*
                                                                                                                                                                 our world too."                     •thirdrgraders' quilt patterns —
                                   problem, Runion said, was that from Police Chief Tom Pollard,
          Clutches Automatic       things are so close to the road it also approved expenditure of                                                                                                   transformed the building into a
       • Towing Available          that snowplows hit them.            $12,583 to refurbish and secure
                                                                                                                                                                   WW II exhibit                     homespun gallery:
       • Flywheels Resurfaced         "People try to cover their Nia- the building.                                                                                extended one week                    Today is School Day at the
                                   gara-Mohawk boxes," he,said.           —A resident of Helderberg                                                                                                  expo. Gates open'at 11 a.m. and
               Tri-City            "One person planted a barberry Avenue complained of the noise
                                                                                                                                                                      SCHOHARIE — Due to nu- all students are admitted free.
                                                                                                                                                                   merous requests, the World The midway will be $8.99 for
       T r a n s m i s s i o n s around his fire hydrant." Da"n '• from the Spring Expo Sunday
                                    . Building Inspector               night, coming as it did in. the
                                                                                                                                                                   War II commemorative exhibit, unlimited rides until closing.
;                                                                                                                                                                  "A Grateful Nation Remem- The Danish band Royal Hunt
               We Ve moved!        Jensen suggested that the law be evening before a schoolday. "It                                                                bers...." will remain open for will' perform.
                                   expanded to include easements was hard for my kids to get to                                                                                                                             * ..
         60 Dott Ave., Albany, NY                                                                                                                                  an additional week until June        Tomorrow is a display of
                                   for utilities, as well as the road- sleep," the complainei^said.                                                                12 at Badgley Annex, Old Stone champion male and female
           489-6439                side right-of-way. Runion said
                                   such a change would require
                                                                          Runion said he had had sev-
                                                                        eral complaints about noise,
                                                                                                                                                                   Fort Museum Complex in bodybuilding, Saturday is the
                                                                                                                                                                   Schoharie.             ?
                                   advertising the law again, and particularly on Suriday night,                                                                                                      rodeo, and Sunday, the fair's
                Pittsburgh                                                                                                                                            On display are posters from last day, will feature a car show
                                   he would just as soon simply put and he had called Reid No^th'-                                                                 the National Archives, authen- and swap meet, as well a s a
                 563-7770          the easement portion in*a sepa- rup, the fair secretary, about it.                                                              tic banners, uniforms, helmets, fireworks show.
                                   rate law.                           The truck pull had raised the                                                               weapons, newspapers, and his-
                                                                       noise, Runion said, a n d ,                                                                 toric documents' and memo-
                                                                        according to Northr&p, the event                                                           rabilia on loan from area World i

                                                                       had lasted later, than planned
                                                                       because various problems had
                                                                        delayed its beginning.,
                                                                          Runion expressed some con-
                                                                                                                                                                  War II veterans. Educational '
                                                                                                                                                                  video tapes are available for
                                                                                                                                                                   viewing during the exhibit.
                                                                                                                                                                      The exhibit is sponsored by
                                                                                                                                                                                                               s ,rv
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ~ >.
                                                                        cern about a Country-Western                                                               the Town*bf Wright Lions Club,
                                                                       Jambor,ee, planned for July 2 in                                                            which was granted the honor of . /
                 FARM MARKET
                                                                        the' grounds. Co-sponsored by                                                                                                                                ^>
                                                                                                                                                                  •serving as the area's World (
                                                                       WGNA, the event is said to                                                                 War II Commemorative: Com-
             Now with two convenient locations . - have sold and Runion tosaid it
                                                                                  some 12,000 15,000                                                            • munity.
                                                                                                                                                                      Museum hours are Tuesday
                        to serve you better ^ ^ ^ ^ ^                   might be a problem.
                                                                                                                                                                   through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5
                                                                          Jensen said part of the noise'
                                                                                                                                                                  p.m., and Sunday, noon until 5,
                        Altamont L o c a t i o i f ^ S C ^ r            problem this week had been the
                                                                                                                                                                   p.m. For further information,
                                                                        wind direction, 'which was'
                                                                                                                                                                   contact Bob Muller at 872-1,352.
               Rte* 146, next to Altamont Diner                         unusual.
                                                                                 *o                                                                                 Rapp enlists
                   —and our new location —                                         ^ittiUt«tt««tt««««««:.fW«                                                        in Army DEP
                      In Voorheesville                                                                 HLACKTW                                                     EAST BERNE — Brian S.,
                                                                                                                                                                 Rapp of East Berne, son of
                                                                                                                                                                 Wilfred and Patricia •Rapp, re^,
           Creekside Produce at Smith's Tavern                                                               PAVING                                              "cently enlisted in the • U.S.
                                                                                             We Take Pride in the Homeowner                                      Army's Delayed Entry Program             We have coverage just foryou,                        X
                  Both locations opening July 1st.                                                                                                               (DEP), and will report for active       ^priced right! Caliiiie for details.
                                                                                                                                                                 duty June 14.
           We are looking forward to serving and providing
              you with our fresh-picked produce daily.
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