Troy is 200 years old! But doesn't look a day over 150.
Events kicked off at the Rensselaer County Historical Society yesterday at a cake-cutting ceremony led by Mayor Madden and County Executive Kathy Jimino. Simultaneously, golf season also kicked-off at Frear Park.
Two Hundred. People said it would never last. Time for another colonoscopy.
There are plenty of activities upcoming in the next week or two.
Friday saw the official disrobing of the Colonel Pawling Statute, Troy's first mayor, at the former and historic site of Collins Market. It was also announced that funds are currently being raised for a statute of Troy's first City Manager.
April 17 am Flee the Scene Contest - but first, try and kill a cop. Fortunately, Officer French will be fine.
April 18, 9:30 - 2:30 First Annual Tutunjian Code Enforcement Retaliation Contest - See how many "enemies" of the Tutunjian Administration can be fined by Code Enforcement in five hours. All proceeds benefit the Barbeque Sauce Addiction & Recovery Center.
4:30-5:00 Rosamilia Lifetime Health Benefit Raffle - Win free, lifetime health benefits without the need for Council approval. Criminals eligible.
April 19, 10:00- ? Carmella Mantello Press Release Marathon. Release until you drop. Winner gets to run and lose numerous mayoral races.
12:00 - 12:03 Lecture by District 2 Councilman Mark McGrath - How to Make Your District a Better Place.
4:00 - 6:00 Feral Cat Round-Up
And much, much more!