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Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2013 12:30 am

KINDERHOOK  — The Kinderhook Town Board is making preparations for the relocation of departments to the former Martin H. Glynn Elementary School and will soon have a look at an updated draft of the Town Comprehensive Plan.

At Monday night’s town board meeting, the board approved a municipal cooperation agreement with the Village of Valatie outlining maintenance, water, sewer and capital funds responsibilities as well as occupancy and intended use by each municipality.

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