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  New Albion, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Town of New Albion is in the northwest quadrant of the county, northwest of the City of Salamanca.
New Albion forms its border on the east with the Town of Mansfield and on the west with the Town of Leon.
New Albion -- The hamlet of New Albion is southwest of Cattaraugus village by the junction of County Roads 5 and 6.
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 Albion (town), Orleans County, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New York State Route 31A and New York State Route 98 intersect near the south town line, and New York State Route 31 passes across the town east to west.
In the town the population was spread out with 23.6% under the age of 18, 9.9% from 18 to 24, 36.1% from 25 to 44, 17.9% from 45 to 64, and 12.4% who were 65 years of age or older.
Albion -- The Village of Albion, the county seat, is at the junction of Routes 31 and 98 at the north town line.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Albion_(town),_Orleans_County,_New_York   (563 words)

 New York, city, United States. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In 1624 the colony of New Netherland was established, with the town of New Amsterdam on the lower tip of Manhattan as its capital.
New development was marked by such events as the founding (1784) of the Bank of New York under Alexander Hamilton and the beginning of the stock exchange around 1790.
With the adoption of a new charter in 1898, New York became a city of five boroughs—New York City was split into the present Manhattan and Bronx boroughs, and the independent city of Brooklyn was annexed, as were the western portions of Queens co. and Staten Island.
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 Town Of Albion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This resolution was carried and a new town, the Town of Albion, was formed in the northern part of Barre on 08 April 1875.
The new town was named from the village of the same name, Albion, the county seat of Orleans County.
(The northern boundary of the Town of Albion is Linwood Avenue.
www.orleanshistory.org /Towns/albion.htm   (930 words)

 Basic Data & Demographics
Albion is located in a gently rolling area of the north central plains.
Albion enjoys a moderate climate with an average temperature high in July of around 85 degrees and an average low of about 23.7 degrees.
Albion is the county seat of Noble County.
www.albionin.org /basic_data.htm   (263 words)

 New York Marriage License Laws | NY Wedding Officiants NYC
A marriage may not take place in New York State between an ancestor and descendant, a brother and sister (full or half blood), an uncle and niece or an aunt and nephew, regardless of whether or not these persons are legitimate or illegitimate offspring.
Ministers do not have to be licensed except that before performing marriages in New York City, the minister must register his or her name and address in the office of the city clerk of the city of New York.
You must apply to the borough office of the City Clerk of New York in the borough where the license was issued.
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 Waste Mgmt. of NY in Albion
The Town of Albion has jurisdiction for local approval of the landfill, and retains authority to deny permission for the project to go forward.
Three Canal towns near the landfill were recently awarded $8.8 million in federal and state grants to revitalize the canal for tourism.
The Albion Town Board has always opposed the proposal, but in 1997 settled a $18 million suit brought by Waste Management in early 1996, in response to enactment by the Town of a landfill ban law.
www.homestead.com /concernedcitizens/maplink_Albion.html   (1173 words)

 Albion, New York, Our Community, Orleans County, Erie Canal, Rochester Metro Area, Western NY
Albion, New York surrounds a section of the renowned Erie Canal in the heart of beautiful Orleans County.
Albion lies in the center of the renowned Medina sandstone industry, where local sandstone played a significant role in the construction of neighborhood architecture as well as internationally in buildings such as the Buckingham Palace.
Albion, New York exhibits the vibrancy of an evolving community, while continuing to preserve and honor its rich heritage.
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 New York
New York, abbreviated "NY", is in the Middle Atlantic region of the U.S. Its capital is Albany.
There were 18,976,457 people in New York as of the 2000 census.
Please explore the cities and towns of New York, below.
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 Albion New York and its citizens group SPOC is fighting a Waste Management Inc landfill expansion proposal and have ...
Albion New York and its citizens group SPOC is fighting a Waste Management Inc landfill expansion proposal and have gained a second hearing by the judge on WMI's record of compliance, that is, have they been a good citizen.
Albion, located several hundred miles from New York City, stands half way between Rochester and Buffalo on the old Erie Canal.
The New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), in the pocket of WMI and other business, called a conference where SPOC provided strong testimony through local government and even gained recognition by the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) as a bona fide party in the hearings.
www.stopwmx.org /albion.html   (694 words)

 The Town of Albion, New York
The next regularly scheduled Albion Town Board meeting is Thursday, December 7 at 6:30 p.m.
It is on file with the town clerk, and is available for inspection until October 1, 2006.
The Town of Albion is located in Oswego County, and includes the Village of Altmar.
townofalbion-ny.us   (249 words)

 New York Books - Nassau County
When the colonies of New Haven and Connecticut were united and a new charter was granted, including the territory of the islands adjacent, Connecticut claimed Long Island as one of those islands, and this claim had the support of the eastern towns.
Now the towns were recognized and were required to take out patents for the lands within their boundaries, which the towns themselves, or the West India Company, had purchased from the Indians.
In 1788 the towns were recognized by the laws of the newly established State of New York.
www.timevoyagers.com /bookstore/NewYork/counties/nassau.htm   (887 words)

 New York Books - Kings County
In 1840 the town of Williamsburgh was separated from Bushwick and on January 1, 1852, the city of Williamsburgh came into existence.
In 1886 the town of New Lots was annexed to this union, followed in 1894 by the towns of Flatbush, Flatlands, New Utrecht, and Gravesend.
The village then contained about 100 houses, standing on the town road and covering a stretch one and a half miles in length; the stone buildings of the Reformed Dutch Church, the courthouse and jail, Erasmus Hall Academy and two common schools, also two tidemills and one windmill, were within the town limits.
www.timevoyagers.com /bookstore/NewYork/counties/kings.htm   (2476 words)

In New York, there are many more proposals to expand landfill capacity by modifying the permit of an already operating landfill than there are for new landfills.
When its new landfill area finally does leak into the groundwater, Waste Management will be able to argue that contaminants reported by its monitoring wells around the site are partly or entirely old pollution, not caused by the new dump.
The testimony and submissions by DEC Staff, the towns of Albion and Murray, Waste Management and the Orleans Sanitary Landfill trustee Greg Slater (who acted as Waste Management's partner) led to a voluminous final environmental impact statement and hearing report.
www.homestead.com /concernedcitizens/Albion_Interim_Decision.html   (1453 words)

 New York State Data Center, Empire State Development
Counts are presented for the total population and population change between the Census dates for all counties in New York State.
The U.S. Census Bureau is issuing revisions to the total population, group quarters population, total housing units, and vacant housing units in areas within New York State as a result of the Count Question Resolution Program.
New York State municipalities with revisions as of 06/29/2004 are:
www.empire.state.ny.us /nysdc/census2000/pl94_county.asp   (406 words)

 Albion Central School District
There is truth to this statement and as long as New York State holds the high school diploma as the gatekeeper to higher education and/or gainful employment it is a legitimate reason to teach all the required information even though it may never be applicable in the real world.
This is the last year of Latin at the middle school because New York State requires all teachers to be certified in their area and unfortunately we have not been able to secure a certified Latin teacher.
Albion has, for three years in a row, received the League's Supremacy Award which is an indication of the quality of all of our sports teams.
www.albionk12.org /home/2005-2006.html   (7980 words)

 Town of Gaines
The Town of Gaines is the central town in Orleans County, bordered by the towns of Carlton on the north, Murray on the East; Albion on the south; and Ridgeway on the west.
The town is crossed by Otter and Marsh Creeks, which are branches of Oak Orchard Creek, and by the west branch of Sandy Creek.
When the town was legally formed by State legislation on February 14, 1816, the settlers chose the name Gaines to honor the general.
www.orleanshistory.org /Towns/gaines.htm   (1283 words)

 New Albion, New York NY, town profile (Cattaraugus County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
New York > All counties > Cattaraugus County > New Albion
New Albion is a town in Cattaraugus County, in the Olean metro area.
New Albion is in the Southern Tier region.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=273616   (755 words)

 New Albion Artists: Lukas Foss
The adventurous mix of traditional and contemporary music that he programs and conducts with the Brooklyn Philharmonic at the Brooklyn Academy of Music was described in 1986 by the New York Times as "The most engrossing and unusual programs in town...
By age 18, the young musician had graduated with honors from Curtis, and was headed for advanced study, in conducting, with Serge Koussevitzky at Tanglewood and in composition with Paul Hindemith at Yale University.
The essential feature in his music is the tension, so typical of the 20th century, between tradition and new modes of music expression.
www.newalbion.com /artists/fossl   (802 words)

 Albion Heritage
Peabody was given the honor of naming the town, and she decided on the name "Albion" after Albion, New York, the original home of their fellow pioneer Joseph Crowell.
The first residents were Ida Brown, (widow of John G. Brown, a graduate of Albion College (1860's), founder of the Albion Commercial and Savings Bank, Albion School Board Treasurer, and founder of Malleable Iron), and their son, Benjamin (Treasurer and President of Malleable Iron).
Jocelyn, an activist in the anti-slavery movement and a superintendant of the Underground Railroad, was the second president of Albion College, from 1864-1869.
www.albionheritage.com /htour.htm   (351 words)

 Motor Feed - Auto Dealers in Albion, New York
Not only did they have to contend with their supremely powerful cars and the tricky rally courses they hurtled through, but they had to do it all in the midst of a fan base that seemingly had a collective death wish, stepping out of the cars' paths at the last possible second.
News of the Saturn Ion's ignominious demise have been met with cheers in the street, as it was truly the brand's last embarassing model.
Expected to debut in 2009, the new ragtop MINI appears to have been planned from the get go when the new model was being developed.
www.motorfeed.com /Automotive/New-York/Albion.html   (5487 words)

 Solid Waste Digest: National Edition, May, 2003, Northeast, Page 7.
If approved, the new landfill would have been an expansion of the Orleans Sanitary Landfill, which closed in the early 1990s when its owner was charged with accepting too much waste and falsifying business records.
The trustees contended that the town's decision is unsupportable because the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the Canal Corporation, a local regulatory authority, both approved the proposal.
Albion officials said they believe the Towpath proposal was given a fair hearing, and that the town is preparing to defend its decision.
www.wasteinfo.com /news/stories/archives/2003/05/NA/N03572.htm   (291 words)

 Chartwell's Weekly News Update - Jun. 19-25, 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Waste Management has filed suit in New York State Supreme Court in Orleans County over the Albion Town Board's May 19 decision to deny permits for a landfill proposed along the banks of the Erie Canal.
The new landfill would have expanded the Orleans Sanitary Landfill, which closed in the early 1990s when its owner was charged with accepting too much trash and falsifying business records.
Albion board members unanimously rejected the proposed expansion, citing its proximity to the canal, its potential to harm tourism and the increase in truck traffic it would generate.
www.wasteinfo.com /news/stories/SW030619.htm   (943 words)

 Albion, New York NY, town profile (Orleans County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
New York > All counties > Orleans County > Albion
Albion is a town in Orleans County, in the Rochester metro area.
Median rent in Albion, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $423.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=273328   (713 words)

 Albion Michigan: The First Home - Historical Markers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
To this cabin with its thatched roof of grass from the banks of the nearby Kalamazoo River, Albion's first settler brought his wife and seven children on March 4, 1833.
This courageous pioneer used three yoke of oxen and two wagons to bring his family from New York.
He helped form the company organized to build the town, named Albion after a town in New York.
www.albionmich.com /markers/amark04.htm   (128 words)

 Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide - Bonaparte's abdication and journey to Elba
At five in the afternoon, they all arrived at Montargis, and passed without stopping, through the town, at the further end of which post-horses were in waiting; the Emperor's own horses having brought him from Fontainebleau.
About two hundred cavalry were here drawn out to receive him; these he addressed from his carriage, thanked them for their services, which he assured them he should always remember, though he no longer had the power to recompense.
On arriving at the post-house, which stands before the entrance to Orgon, a small town, round whose ancient walls the road winds, they found the people assembled in the most outrageous manner, and a figure in French uniform, covered with blood, suspended to a tree.
www.napoleonbonaparte.nl /newspaper/albion2/firstabdication.html   (5684 words)

 Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide - Napoleon's memoirs
There was not a moment to be lost; on the 25th, at night-fall, the 58th demi-brigade, led by Dufour, scaled the wall, and gained possession of the town, which is only separated from the fort by the stream of the Doria.
Every precaution had been taken for concealing the knowledge of this operation from the commandant of the fort; the road was covered with litter and dung, and the pieces, concealed under branches and straw, were drawn by the men with cords, in the most profound silence.
Perhaps, at this very moment, whole towns are thrown into commotion through your fault!" The councillor, quite confused, said nothing in reply; the first appeal was enough to establish the fact.
www.napoleonbonaparte.nl /newspaper/albion/napoleonsmemoirs.html   (8547 words)

 Community Information History Page of Albion, Nebraska on the Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The town was platted on October 9, 1872.
Having the first railroad and being the county seat, Albion became the receiving and shipping point of freight for several adjacent counties.
Albion becomes the terminus of the Omaha, Niobrara and Black Hills Railroad.
www.albionne.org /community1.htm   (288 words)

 New York
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We are a non-profit rural animal shelter caring for the cats and dogs of 80% of Delaware County in New York State.
We are one of only seven shelters in New York State that shelters farm animals.
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