Ashley Onyon’s Ballston Journal report (the news has apparently appeared nowhere else, as of yet) revealed that there are problems with the 2015 town of Malta law which requires sprinklers in new commercial construction. [Read more…]
Tim Dunn, a member of the Malta Town Board and chairman of its Economic Development Committee, sent out a press release Monday evening that began: “In a major announcement, the Town acted today to eliminate the recreation mitigation fee charged for commercial development through approving an update to the Town Wide Generic Environmental Impact Statement (TWGEIS). In doing so, the Town Board removed a major impediment to commercial development in the Town that had impaired commercial investment.” [Read more…]
It’s just the law of supply and demand, which has not been repealed by the ongoing boom in southern Saratoga County. [Read more…]
Andrew McKenna started his talk last night at the Saratoga Springs Public Library by recounting his arrest in 2005 for bank robbery, and how in the moments before it happened he was contemplating suicide.
Blog Correction 4/15/16: In the published blog below, “the late Dr. Seuss” is incorrect, and it should have read “Judith Viorst.” We apologize for the error.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in the lead for, respectively, the Republican and Democratic nominations in New York’s presidential primary, which is coming up on April 19.
Donald Trump is still leading the Republican presidential polls, which does not fill me with cheer. [Read more…]