Focus on Gloversville – Finding Beauty Everywhere Photo Contest Winners
    The Summer Cleanup Program is almost over for 2017! Find your last chance for a free curbside pickup.
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    Patrol Officer Charles C. Dunham Gloversville Police Department, New York End of Watch: Saturday, May 22, 1965
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    Common Council, Committees & Boards
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    Common Council, Committees & Boards
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    This memo is intended to present the City of Gloversville an assessment of the traffic concerns identified on S. Kingsboro Avenue between NY 30A to NY 29A (E. Fulton Street). By identifying the existing conditions and offering potential traffic calming improvements, the goal is to improve pedestrian/bicycle access and safety throughout S. Kingsboro Avenue.
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    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY REGULAR BOARD MEETING Mayor’s conference room at City Hall JULY 13, 2010 MINUTES A regular meeting of the Community Development Agency Board of Directors was held Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 3:30 PM in the Mayor’s conference room at City Hall. Those in attendance: Mayor Dayton King, Frank Desantis, Gene Reppenhagen, Kathie Rohrs, and Nick Zabawsky.  A motion was made by Gene Reppenhagen and seconded by Frank Desantis to accept the minutes of the previous meeting. All in favor.  The rehab status report was presented. No units were completed during the previous month, but 5 projects are currently under construction totaling 8 housing units. The Mayor inquired as to taking before and after pictures of CDA projects, and Nick Zabawsky indicated that this was being done.  The CDA program income report was presented for the months of May and June of 2010. The account balance was $112,311.33 at the end of June 2010. The increase was due primarily to the recapture of old grants to homeowners who sold their properties prior to expiration liens. Mayor King and Nick Zabawsky gave updates on various projects as follows:-The Affordable Housing Grant, which requires City Council approval of the developer […]
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