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…]
The Malta Town Board meeting takes place at 6 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of every month in the Town Board Meeting Room at Malta Town Hall, located at 2540 Route 9.
MALTA — An ethics code review committee chaired by Councilman Tim Dunn has completed four and a half months of work, cross-referenced with state and local resources, and research with legal experts, to ensure elected officials are included in the town’s employee conduct policies. [Read more…]
MALTA — The three members of the town board who were elected last November suggested Monday that the town needs to further reduce apartment construction downtown. [Read more…]
MALTA — The new leadership team for the Town of Malta was sworn into office on New Year’s Day by Saratoga County Judge James Murphy. [Read more…]
MALTA — The Town Board Monday applied for federal and state funding to fix Route 67 west of the Northway.
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-After a sharp-tongued debate that left the incumbents struggling, political newcomers Craig Warner and Tim Dunn have secured the Republican nomination for the Malta Town Council, virtually guaranteeing their victory in November. [Read more…]