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Summary: DEC fish contaminant monitoring staff and DOH fish consumption advisory staff recommend that fish from waters contaminated by perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) at Petersburgh and Hoosick Falls and from waters contaminated by perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) at Newburgh be collected and analyzed to provide an initial assessment of the potential bioaccumulation and risk posed by these and other perfluorinated compounds (PFCs).
Registration Now Open for Vendor Space of 2016 HFCS Fall Festival
Are you known for your great craftwork or have a unique item to sell? Now is your chance to display and sell your wares at this popular annual family event!
Available on a first come first served basis, vendor spaces can be reserved for this year's event Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 9:00am to 3:00pm Vendor setup is Friday, 6:00pm to 8:00pm and Saturday, 7:30am to 9:00am.
Vendors interested in reserving space should contact Nicole Hathaway (518-451-0888) or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general questions about the Fall Festival please contact Susan Senecal (518-378-6056), also check out their Facebook page.
Cheney Library’s Hoosick History Race
October 1st, 1 p.m.
Come join us at the Cheney Library on Saturday, October 1st at 1 pm for an afternoon of clues and camaraderie. The adventure begins when you and your team receive a set of riddles that will lead you on a driving adventure through Hoosick and Hoosick history.
Bring your camera or iphone for photos.
Be one of the first 3 teams to complete your mission and receive a prize! Refreshments will be served post-race. Pre-registration is encouraged.
Would you like more info? Call or stop by the Library.
Cheney Library Book Sale
First Saturday of each month
9am - 1pm
Oct 1st Nov 5th Dec 3rd
A new Resources Page
Under our Water Info Page
you can NOW find a NEW page
Proposed Municipal Water &
Sewer Expansion Project
Town Board, Planning Board, and Zoning Board
Agenda & Meeting Minutes
August has come and gone. We hosted more movie screenings, including The Scarlet Coat and the Devil’s Disciple. Our monthly book discussion was held at the agreeable location of Brown’s Walloomsac Taproom and we rang in General Stark’s 288th
Of course the major undertaking of the month was the annual commemoration of the battle.
A brochure on a new program in Rensselaer County called "NY Connects" - a long term services and support system for older people and people of all ages with disabilities.
518 Area Code Relief
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