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Tuesday, September 28

Front page: 09.28.10

Good morning!

Fifth Avenue from Foxhall Drive to Henning Road will be closed for storm sewer installation. DPW Commish Scirocco says route will be detoured daily for about three weeks. [Saratogian]

Genting New York ponied up the $380 million licensing fee for the Aqueduct racino. Company reps say the building permit process is moving right along. [Saratogian]

Saratoga County eyes $11.6 million for 2011 capital projects. [Post Star]

Officials react to the death of Donald Led Duke, owner the area’s largest construction company, BBL Construction Services LLC. He was 64. [The Record]

NY-20: Scott Murphy and Chris Gibson both get "A" ratings from the NRA. [TU]

Andrew Cuomo's cousin did "consultant" work for a company looking to cash in on state pension fund business. Good government groups cry foul. [Daily News]

Experts say New Yorkers are "MAD AS HELL!" and they're "NOT GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE!" [TU]

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about that breaking political news in Clifton Park? One term Town GOP chairman Bob Wilcox defeated in his bid for re-election for chairman on this once powerful committee. Brian Telesh elected last week and will rebuild this party committee that Wilcox destroyed in just two years. Does this mean Jasper Nolan's reign at the county GOP is in jeopardy too?

September 28, 2010 at 12:56 PM 

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