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QUEENSBURY | A new superintendent of public works took over in Warren County this week after county lawmakers appointed Kevin Hajos, deputy DPW superintendent since 2010, to the post on April 20. more

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QUEENSBURY | Three new top executives in Warren County government were named March 16 — and one resignation was announced — as county supervisors held their monthly meeting. more

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QUEENSBURY | Whether Jeffrey E. Tennyson will keep his job as Warren County Superintendent of Public Works remains questionable, following his guilty plea  to a misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated, stemming from his Jan. 28 arrest... more

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QUEENSBURY — Thousands of gallons and nearly a ton of hazardous materials were collected since May in two collection events held by Warren County. more

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QUEENSBURY — The next household hazardous waste collection is set for June 18 in Queensbury, with officials reporting a successful event last week. more

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QUEENSBURY — One of Warren County government’s most ambitious building construction projects ever — stalled for many months by a state review process — is likely to move ahead soon, county officials predicted this week. more

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WARRENSBURG —The Spring Zing — an open house at the Warren County Fish Hatchery — attracted nearly 400 registered guests last week and featured a variety of educational activities for young and old. more

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QUEENSBURY — A half-decade discussion on where to house hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of county Office of Emergency Services equipment, took a step toward a temporary solution last week. more

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QUEENSBURY — Winter road clearing in Warren County is likely to be more ecologically friendly and less costly beginning this winter due to an initiative endorsed Aug. 31 by county supervisors. more

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THURMAN — As of last weekend, dozens of rural Thurman residents are now re-connected directly the rest of town, as the new Combs Road Bridge over Patterson Creek has been completed — at a savings of well over $300,000 to local taxpayers. more

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