MALTA – The Town Board passed a resolution Thursday limiting the density of multi-family dwellings downtown to a maximum of 15 units per acre.
Saratoga County Clerk Craig A. Hayner and members of the Board of Supervisors today announced the launch of a newly redesigned Saratoga County veterans F.A.V.O.R. card (Finding and Assisting Veterans of Record) and formally opened an exhibit that showcases a collection of military memorabilia from local veterans.
A familiar face around town is working hard to keep quality service and the yearly “Coats for Kids” tradition alive and well at Spa Cleaners in the Village of Ballston Spa.
BALLSTON – The Ballston Sewer Committee recommended that the Town Board take preliminary steps to consider adding a second phase to the Ballston Lake sewer project to add a sewer district along Route 50 during Tuesday’s board meeting.
Woerner-Tedisco Public Safety Bill to Help Lower Speed Limits in Malta Signed into Law by the Governor New law will enable the Town of Malta to decrease speed limits on town roads when a higher road speed is deemed potentially hazardous to public safety Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner (D-Round Lake) today announced…
MALTA – Adirondack Aquatic Center (AAC) has received its first $1 million pledge from an anonymous donor, marking the largest contribution to date. The proposed $22 million, 80,000-square-foot facility will be built along the health and wellness corridor located off of Route 67 in Malta, N.Y.
MALTA – A small crowd, about twenty people, attended a candidate forum at the Malta Community Center, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, last Thursday night, Oct. 19.
MILTON – The town board has agreed to submit a letter of intent to purchase Camp Boyhaven from the Twin Rivers Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a 300-acre parcel of trails, forest and two lakes.