Norma Elaine Bruce, 76, of Whitehall, went into the arms of Our Lord at Glens Falls Hospital, surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, February 14, 2009. Born on April 5, 1932 at the Glens Falls Hospital, she was the daughter of the late LeRoy V. and Dorothy Mae (Butler) Williams. Norma graduated third in [...]
The look into shared services in the town and village of Whitehall shows that as far as the highway departments are concerned, it is already happening.
Police bust underage drinkers in town An anonymous tip led to numerous arrests following the break-up of an underage drinking party in the Town of Granville Friday night, police said.
Board institues new policies on gas Loose ends are being tied up. That was the goal of the Whitehall town board on Nov. 12 as they passed a new policy on use of town property and personal vehicles and enacted a new reporting system on fuel and equipment used at the town highway garage.
The town of Whitehall has a new highway superintendent, and will look into the actions of the former.
Brian Rozell’s response to the Whitehall town board was quick. He resigned. Rozell, the now former highway superintendent who is at the center of an investigation into the use of fuel oil at the town highway garage, sent in his letter of resignation to the board on Oct. 31.
While several races were not even close, the main event in Whitehall will all come down to the absentee ballots.
The Whitehall town board is not asking highway superintendent Brian Rozell to be at the next meeting on Nov. 6. They are demanding it.
Robert Putorti made sure he had his chance to clear the air. Putorti, who was named in the Washington County Sheriff Department’s report on possible misuse of gasoline at the Whitehall town garage, read a letter to the members of the town board on Tuesday stating when he used the fuel and under whose directions.