Rescuers needed for dogs on death row

first_imgThe ones that she’s able to save depend on the number of foster homes she has, and right now CDHA is in desperate need of kind, compassionate and able people to fill the void.Are you a kind, compassionate, tolerant dog lover who could help them?So many of us have so much to be grateful for, and this is one way to give back for all that we have been blessed with.If you can help, you can go to CDHA.com or contact Jennifer Politis at 518-664-3450 or 518-369-4482.Martha WinstenGansevoortMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsPolice: Schenectady woman tried to take car in Clifton Park hours after arrest, release in prior the…Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidation Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionThere are so many little dogs on death row at this moment. The head of the Capital District Humane Association (CDHA), Jennifer Politis receives pictures of these desperate little dogs, who just have a day or so left unless Jennifer is able to let the shelter holding them know that she will be able to rescue them from certain death.last_img read more

Renovation gives Coast family home of 30 years a new lease on life

first_img56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West. 56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West.The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe while the two bedrooms share a bathroom.The open lounge, kitchen, dining and living area plus a study are at the heart of the home and open out onto a wraparound deck.A lower level underneath offers dual living.It has a combined living room and kitchen, large bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and bathroom as well as a large wraparound balcony.Mrs De Luca said the property had a huge backyard that offered endless opportunities for the new owners. 56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West.A FRESH lick of paint and some tender love and care has breathed new life into this much loved family home.The double-storey dual-living Tweed Heads West house has hit the market for the first time in 35 years.Owners Narelle and Tony De Luca built it in the 1980s and have lived there for almost 30 years.It has been well maintained over the years but recent improvements have given the unique property a new lease on life. 56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West.Mrs De Luca said paining, installing new light fittings and upgrades outside are just some of the changes they have made recently.Its black and white palette with wood featured throughout gives it a more modern style.Mrs De Luca’s favourite feature is the black lattice that divides the kitchen and living area.“I love my lattice work,” she said. “I just thought it was different.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“People might think it’s very dated but I find it’s very appealing.”The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house sits on a 607sq m sloping block. The ground floor is the main house. 56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West. 56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West. 56 Panorama Drive, Tweed Heads West.“There’s room for a swimming pool and there’s room for a half tennis court,” she said.She said it would be an emotional sale as it had been their family home for so many years but it was time to move on now that their children had moved out.“It’s time for us to downsize, it’s just my husband and I,” she said.“My children will miss it because they were raised here.”The home will go under the hammer on Saturday at noon.last_img read more