BALLSTON LAKE – A judge in the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court has granted a temporary restraining order (TRO), preventing further tree cutting and land clearing for a 205-unit housing subdivision in the Town of Ballston. A decision about the development is being expected about on a long-term stay while an appeal is being…
BALLSTON – The Town Board narrowly approved a measure referring proposed plans for a rental community for residents aged 55 and up to the Ballston Planning Board for concept review Tuesday.
Updated 1/11/18 at 9:10 p.m.–A statement received from Solomon Group said, “On January 1, 2018, water service was disrupted at Malta Gardens, a mobile home park, and Malta Pointe, a garden apartment community, in an incident triggered by severe cold and exacerbated by excess water use by mobile home park residents attempting to avoid pipes freezing.
BALLSTON – The Burnt Hills Fire Department held a public forum Tuesday to update community members in advance of a second public referendum on the proposal to build a new firehouse.
Melissa Syzdek knows the long, and the short, of professional pet grooming. Her new shop, Romping Rovers Pet Pet Salon, Carousel Village, 2100 Doubleday Ave., Ballston Spa is an old dog, new trick and is kicking off her grand opening in style.
MALTA – The Town Board will consider imposing a six-month moratorium on ground mounted solar panels and solar farms next month following a public hearing.
Retired Ballston Spa teacher Craig Hodgson was teaching kindergarten in 2005 when Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. One of his kindergarten students was very concerned that kids impacted by the hurricane weren’t going to have “good birthdays.” With help from the girl’s mother, his classroom was able to provide a kindergarten class…
BALLSTON SPA – The Village Board of Trustees presented contributions to the Ballston Spa Business and Professional Association and the Ballston Area Community Center Monday.
Ballston Spa National Bank recently recognized nine employees with Community Support Awards and is donating $5,000 to local charitable organizations in appreciation of their volunteer efforts. The honorees are part of BSNB’s Volunteers in Action program and were chosen for their considerable contributions to the community.