NYS Government Q&A: The Town’s Youth Advisory Board learned about the state legislative process March 3, 2016 at a question and answer session with Assemblyman Phil Steck, 110th Assembly District (second row, third from left). Made up of students from the Town’s three high schools – CBA, Colonie Central, and Shaker High – the Youth Advisory Board also performs service projects benefiting the community.
EMS Actions: The February 27, 2016 Town Board meeting saw action on several new EMS appointments and promotions. From left, first two rows, Robert Elling (retiring paramedic), Christopher Rench (promoted to Captain), Christopher Kostyun (promoted to Asst. Chief), Dr. Michael Dailey (Medical Director), Paul Fink (retiring Asst. Chief), Supervisor Paula Mahan, Asst. Chief Jack Bevilacqua, Hayley Smith (new EMT), EMS Chief Peter Berry, Bryce Foggo (new EMT), Erin Kelly (Captain), Robert Potter (new paramedic), Samantha Sullivan (volunteer), Andrew Cohen (new EMT), and Timothy LeBlanc (new paramedic). In the third row, from left, are Town Board members Paul Rosano, David Green, David Rowley, Linda Murphy, Jennifer Whalen, and Christopher Carey.
ENew Officers: Two new police officers were appointed to the Colonie Police Department at the Town Board Meeting on February 11. From left front row are Supervisor Paula Mahan, new officers Brianna Pierce and Taylor Carey, newly named Sergeant Daniel Grebert, newly named Detective Sergeant Peter Guillinese, and Colonie Police Chief Jonathan Teale. In the second row, from left, are Town Board members Paul Rosano, David Green, David Rowley, Linda Murphy, Jennifer Whalen, and Christopher Carey.
That’s Amore! Supervisor Paula Mahan joins owner Robert Amore as he cuts the ribbon on the new Amore menswear store at 595 New Loudon Road. Shown with other members of the Amore family are Tom Nolte, President of the Colonie Chamber of Commerce, far left, and Mary Rozak, representing Albany County Executive Dan McCoy, far right. (2016)