Federal judge halts key parts of New York’s new gun law

Federal judge halts key parts of New York’s new gun law

ALBANY (AP) — A federal judge halted key provisions Thursday of New York's latest attempt to restrict who can carry a handgun in public and where firearms can be brought, saying multiple parts of a law the state passed this year are unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Glenn Suddaby focused on multiple parts of the law, saying licensing requirements — like a rule requiring applicants to turn over information about their social media accounts — went too far. “Simply stated, instead of moving toward becoming a shall-issue jurisdiction, New York State has further entrenched itself as a shall-not-issue jurisdiction. And, by…
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$10M solar project remains stalled at Gloversville ZBA

$10M solar project remains stalled at Gloversville ZBA

GLOVERSVILLE -- The Gloversville Zoning Board of Appeals did not meet Wednesday night, marking another month gone by with no new action on solar developers Eden Renewables' application for a "Public Utility Variance," amid an ongoing dispute over the cost of legal and engineering fees. City Building Inspector David Fox and City Clerk Jenni Mazur Wednesday said the last action taken on Eden Renewables zoning variance application for a proposed $10 million, 32-acre, 7.5-megawatt solar farm on the site of the former Pine Brook Golf Club was Feb. 3 when Mazur sent the company the bill due for fees associated with…
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High schools: Gloversville boys’ soccer falls to Amsterdam

High schools: Gloversville boys’ soccer falls to Amsterdam

HIGH SCHOOLS - Amsterdam scored three goals in quick succession in the second half and defeated Gloversville 3-1 in a Foothills Council boys’ soccer game Wednesday. Aundray Fowler scored 60:30 into the contest, Nate Covey tallied at the 61-minute mark, and Marco Bottisti completed the Amsterdam scoring at the 62:20 mark. Alex Jablonski made five saves for Amsterdam. Sayer Pierce scored for Gloversville soon after Amsterdam’s three-goal outburst. Scotia-Glenville defeated Johnstown 16-2 in another Foothills Council game, with Kofi Jack totaling six goals and an assist and Xavier DeLuca gaining four goals and four assists for the Tartans. Jack boosted…
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