minutes of the
Wallace - Annual
Sense of Place Awards are co-sponsored by the
St. Anthony's Church at Grand and Madison
Myers Stable on
Oldest African-American Congregation
Dana National Historic Society Dana Memorial
Anna Nardoletto who is 88 years old and worked in the
home for incurables on
1930's row houses on
The Orchard Tavern
All-metal homes at
Sears houses in the
Nipper the dog
For more information, contact Carol Wallace at
462-1550 or CWallace66@aol.com
presented at two recent public meetings was reviewed.
Comments from participants were addressed and included
A dramatic effect on the library's budget is not
expected as a result of the improvement of facilities; some operating costs such
as HVAC may go down. Staffing
increases are expected to be less than 10 percent.
More specific information about this is being refined.
The 25-person Citizens Library Advisory Committee
will provide preliminary feedback
If the armory is used as the main branch, the
library's present facility might be destroyed and replaced with a parking lot.
There are concerns about taxation on city residents.
Four million dollars of the library's $4.5 budget comes from public levy.
The construction and renovation of library facilities
will provide jobs to several residents.
Rowe, Katie O'Malley (Tulip Queen 1998), and Christina Roberts (Tulip Queen
and attendance at
Shell - Volunteer Girl Scouting
scouting is an accessible, affordable, rewarding experience that inspires girls
to develop skills and give them information about issues, values, and programs.
There is presently a waiting list of girls in
Committee on University and Community Relations
- Tom Gebhardt
next meeting will be at
Communications and Announcements
Copies of the 2004 Pine Hills Business Directory were
distributed. Additional copies are
available by contacting Henry Madej at 465-6161 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2004 Neighborhood Resource Center Annual meeting
and presentation of the Thomas J. Senchyuna award and certificates of
recognition will be held at
Helen Black gave information about her involvement
the situation in the Albany Police Department and a description of her contacts
with APD administrators surrounding the firing of Commander Chris D'Alessandro.
She reported that individuals who have been requesting information about
the firing of Commander D'Alessandro have been the victims of retaliation and
intimidation in the form of phone calls and broken windows.
She reported that Department's rank and file members are depressed and
experiencing extremely low morale. Ms.
Black provided the background and mission statement containing a list of demands
that has been developed by a group of concerned citizens with whom she's working
on this and other Department issues.