One-Four-Six Marketplace is a proposed mixed-use development to be built on 21 acres across from Lowe's at the intersection of Route 146 and Old Route 146 in Halfmoon. There would be 10 buildings total featuring 328 luxury apartments, retail stores, swimming pools, courtyards, restaurants, offices, underground parking, and more.
Are you or someone in your family looking for a summer job? How about working for the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation? They are looking to fill lifeguard positions throughout the beautiful Capital Region and beyond.
Today there will be high humidity and a heat index of one hundred and four. That's why Albany will be extending its splash pad and pool hours. Albany and other Capital Region cities will be offering cooling centers as well.
I am a new pool owner and I never realized how many things other pool owners never tell you. I mean they have all chimed in on chlorine, fences, and what pool floats they love but not about frogs that find their way into your pool. So far we have only had our pool open for a week and there have been four frogs found. Half of them had drowned.
There are city pools that are waiting for guidance on when they can open because of COVID-19. Albany City pools have decided that their opening date will be June 26th. They usually open earlier, but because of the pandemic, they have to wait to make sure they are prepared for whatever protocols are required. They will, however, start to fill the pools next week.
If you live in the Town of Clifton Park, you will have a community pool to bring your family beginning in June. Last year pools were limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year officials are optimistic that they will be able to have a full season. However, there are some setbacks.
If you are a pool owner in New York state, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) wants you to keep your eyes open for an invasive beetle that could ruin the environment. Here are the details.
The coronavirus pandemic has put many activities on hold. Now that we are getting into the summer months, pools, splash pads, and golf we start opening up for residents in Albany. There is now a timeline of when these will re-open.
It seems that the pandemic is reaching into the summer and cities and towns across the Capital Region are starting to make decisions. It looks like the Town of Clifton Park is the first one to postpone summer events.