This document is a roof scan of Voorheesville High School, completed in June 2012, shows "damp" or "wet" areas of roof insolation where there is red shading. An infra red camera was used to survey the roof and some irregular wet or damp areas were squared off. Test cores for asbestos samples are also marked. Additional information is included in the document.
Guidelines for submission of photographs to The Spotlight.
Voorheesville Central School District's Blackbird Cafe menu offerings and schedule for its "Meal to go" program. Also, information to place orders is included.
Slideshow presented to the Guilderland Board of Education at its Tuesday, July 2, 2013, meeting. The presentation provides an overview of the proposed facilities improvement plan for the district, which includes two recommendations subject to voter approval.
The Facilities Committee of Guilderland Central School District presented this report to the Board of Education on Tuesday, July 2, 2013. The report details two propositions totaling more than $18 million to improve district facilities.
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Land and Forests Emerald Ash Borer Risk Map for Albany County.
Fact sheet released by FEMA providing background information on the National Flood Insurance Program and an overview of proposed flood hazard mapping revisions for Albany County.
Albany County Flood Insurance Study: Volume 1 of 2
Albany County Flood Insurance Study: Volume 2 of 2
FEMA Albany County's Flood Risk Study presentation, which was on March 26, 2012. Topics covered in the presentation include an overview of the Map Modernization Program, an update on the county's Map Modernization, an introduction to the county's Risk MAP project and an overview of what has been accomplished to date regarding map revisions.
Creighton Manning Engineering, LLP, proposal submitted to the Town of Guilderland regarding construction of sidewalks along Route 146 in the hamlet of Guilderland Center.
A comparison of the former National School Lunch Program requirements for the 2011-12 school year and the new requirements implemented for the 2012-2013 school year. The new requirements for breakfast will not be implemented until 2013-14 school year.
Nearly 40 Bethlehem residents signed this open letter to the Town Board on the criteria they'd like to see an appointment to a vacant seat considered.
Bethlehem's 20/20 Advisory Committee has completed its work. The committee presented its final report on citizen engagement and leadership to the Bethlehem Town Board on Dec. 28, 2011.
The Town of Bethlehem's 20/20 Implementation Committee issued recommendations to spur economic development within the town. The report was presented to the Town Board in December.