MALTA – Highway Superintendent Roger Crandall appeared before the Malta Town Board Monday to discuss a possible alternative for the town-wide bulk trash pick-up that will take place later this year. [Read more…]
SARATOGA COUNTY — Voter turnout was low in Ballston, Milton and Malta and offered no real surprises in last night’s local elections. [Read more…]
MALTA–The Town of Malta has signed their third union contract for the highway department, valid for the next three years. [Read more…]
New Firehouse, New Highway Dept. Garage and Round Lake Road Improvements Discussed at Town Board meeting
MALTA– Keeping up with the town’s growth was the topic of many agenda items before the Malta Town Board at a meeting Tuesday, Sept. 3 – a reoccurring theme, and an ongoing process, for town officials and residents. [Read more…]
MALTA — Town of Malta Republican Chairman Ted Willette recently announced the Malta Republican Committee has endorsed Supervisor Paul Sausville for reelection, a post he has held since 2006. In a press release, Willette acknowledged Sausville’s “deep roots in the community, his unparalleled community activism and well-rounded professional background as indicators he was the clear choice to continue to lead Malta.”
Sausville is “the only candidate with the forward-thinking approach who applies the best practices and principles for Malta’s future,” Willette said in the statement.
The incumbent supervisor was challenged by Democrat Cynthia Young in November 2011 and won reelection by a narrow margin.
“Malta has seen significant growth over the last decade,” Willette said in the release. “This endorsement signifies that residents have a clear choice in an individual who has led by his experience, integrity and loyalty that the voters deserve, an individual who has the best vision for the town for future years of smart economic growth. Paul Sausville is the dedicated, proven leader that the residents of Malta can trust to continue to balance Malta’s economic growth with its rural charm. Paul is the only candidate for Supervisor who does not support a town or highway tax, the only candidate who is an opponent of the rushed and ill-conceived New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act, and the only candidate with the experience to help steer host benefits to the community from Global Foundries. Paul Sausville is the clear choice to continue leading Malta.”
“It’s an honor and privilege to receive the endorsement for Supervisor from the Malta Republican Committee,” Sausville said in the statement. “I have dedicated my life to my family and to the betterment of our community. I believe I have been a significant part of the progress Malta has made over the last decade and I’m eager to continue to work with residents on good policy that will continue to make Malta a model community in our state.”
Willette also announced endorsements for the following elected positions: Maggi Ruisi and John Hartzell, Town Council; Roger Crandall, Highway Superintendent; Steve Gottmann, Town Justice; Flo Sickels, Town Clerk.
“The endorsed candidates have proven to our town family that they are candidates who support common-sense solutions, no town tax, fewer government impediments on the private sector and strong middle-class values with a vision to keep us as a model for other towns across the state and country, all with the energy and enthusiasm to move our town forward,” Willette said.
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