By a vote of 5,442 to 2,323, Shenendehowa School District residents have rejected a plan to develop wooded land near the main campus.
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…
It’s just the law of supply and demand, which has not been repealed by the ongoing boom in southern Saratoga County.
The Ballston Town Board will hold an agenda meeting this evening (May 31) at 6:30, and probably the main item for discussion will be a proposed “transfer of development rights local law.”
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…
Well that didn’t take long. After last year’s elections, I was inclined to think someone at the Malta Republican Committee — maybe Chairman Ted Willette or Vice Chairman Nick Wilock — was a political guru, the Karl Rove or Lee Atwater of Saratoga County.
Perhaps unwisely, since I don’t want to violate any unwritten law of journalism, I have signed this online petition calling for lower speed limits in the vicinity of Round Lake Road, west of Northway Exit 11 in the town of Malta.