As a relative newcomer to Ballston Spa, I was encouraged to hear of the recent anti-racism resolution adopted by our village board. Hate and bigotry should be condemned in all its forms. And even though the horrific events of Charlottesville, Virginia, seem far away, I see the resolution as an opportunity for our community to…
Dear Editor, It amazes me every election season the lengths some candidates and their supporters go to try and gain the win. Why do some of these people feel the need to steal and destroy campaign signs?They must be awful insecure in their message and and campaign.
The Town of Milton’s website banner-head reads, “Welcome to Milton, a town to work and live.” The present development pressure trends that we are experiencing has me wondering however, will this soon read, “a town for just retired folk aging out in place.”
On May 24th I put a beautiful potted plant in a nice white pedestal planter on my Parents and Grandparents grave . By May26th it was gone.Some LOWLIFE THIEF
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement of a $1.5 billion initiative for renewable energy projects in New York State is a commendable move considering recent national actions on climate change, but it raises serious questions about his recent bailout of the nuclear industry.
Something must be weird with the water in the Town of Ballston. How else can one explain the transformation from bucolic to bought-and-sold by developers. Even the Town Board is out of control, collecting lawsuits like the one by area residents trying vainly to stop over-development, featured in the Daily Gazette on May 16. Almost…
I have noticed with great interest the request by the City of Saratoga Springs for permission to put part of their bike trail on Village Watershed property. While I am a big fan of bike paths, I am not in favor of any activity on the watershed.
According to the Truth Initiative; a national campaign dedicated to inspiring youth and young adults to reject tobacco, “more than three-quarters (77%) of public schools are within a 10-minute walk of at least one outlet selling tobacco”. Although this statistic speaks to a national survey, if you think about our schools in the Town of…
I knew from the moment I set eyes on the Village I wanted to settle down here. When I first drove through eight years ago the first thing that caught my eye was Coffee Planet. A real “mom and pop” coffeehouse right in the center of this
Still nothing on Red Oak Lane / White Oak Path getting public water. Its been almost one year now and there hasn’t been any progress that I know of on getting public water to these two streets.