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Please submit here only if the busines shas its only location in Valley Stream. If multiple locations, please submit to the county, region of state-level categories. Businesses are, in general never listed according to a coverage area.
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Lists websites for both the town and the locality of Van Buren, NY. The town of Van Buren includes part of the village of Baldwinsville, plus the hamlets of Warners and Memphis.

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The Vernon category is for sites that deal primarily with the Town or Village of Vernon and businesses with locations only within Vernon.
The Town and Village of Vernon is located in Oneida County.
The Verona category is for sites that deal primarily with the town of Verona and businesses with locations only within Verona.
The town of Verona is located in Oneida County.
Verplanck is a community in the Town of Cortlandt in Westchester County, New York.

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Please submit sites ONLY about Versailles, New York, personal home pages of residents, organizations, or for businesses located there to this category or the appropriate sub-category. Sites that cover broader areas should be submitted to the regional, county, or state categories.

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1. The url should be to the main page. If your business/service/information covers more than the town of Versailles, New York, please do not list it here, move it to a more general geographic category which covers the area. Entries that are from the same domain, yet listed multiple times using different urls will be deleted.

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For sites related to activities, organizations, and people in Versailles, New York.

Please submit only sites related to the local Vestal, New York area in this category. Take a moment to identify and submit to the most appropriate sub-category. Inappropriate submissions may delay or prevent listing in the directory.

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The Village of Vestal, NY (located in the southwest corner of Broome County) was established near the mouth of Big Choconut Creek in the early 1800's.

This category will contain all listings for the Village of Vestal and surrounding area known as the Township of Vestal.

Topics for this category include companies, business organizations, and industries based in or related to this locality. Also included are related sites, such as professional or trade organizations, business directories, and industry profiles, as long as they are directed exclusively to the business and economic activities of the category''s geographic area.
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The Vienna category is for sites that deal primarily with the town of Vienna and businesses with locations only within Vienna.
The town of Vienna is located in Oneida County.
Please submit only sites dealing with Villenova in this category.
The Town of Villenova is located in Chautauqua County, New York.
Please submit only sites dealing with the Town of Virgil in this category.
The Town of Virgil is located in Corland County, New York.

For sites specifically based in Voorheesville. Submitting a site based in another locality may prevent listing in the directory. Every site listed is visited by the category editor for verification of adherence to the guidelines. Thank you for your cooperation.

This category is for artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, venues, performers, professionals, and organizations. Subjects include theater, art, photography, video production, films, music, architecture, dance, libraries, and museums.

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Voorheesville, New York, is a village in the town (township) of New Scotland and the county of Albany. The village was founded in the 1860s at the place where the Albany & Susquehanna and the Hudson River & Saratoga railroads crossed. Albany attorney Alonzo P. Voorhees built a house by the tracks in 1867 and, the next year, requested a U.S. Post Office. When the postal service asked what to call the location, he suggested Voorheesville. The village was briefly known as Farlin from 1890-92. Voorheesville became a place to get away from the heat of the city (Albany) in the latter years of the 19th century and is now a distant suburb for Albany. The population in 1990 was just over 3200.
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