BALLSTON – The Burnt Hills Fire Company will break ground on its new Station 2 firehouse across the street from the Ballston Spa town offices, at 330 Charlton Road, at 4:30 p.m. May 12. The $3.2 million bond project was approved by town-wide referendum vote six months ago. And for the firefighters – it’s a project…
CORRECTION 4/24/18: The Town of Milton IS picking up debris as of last week and was incorrectly reported as not providing the service below. We regret the error. Yard waste, brush and debris pickup by neighborhood municipality in the Ballston Journal coverage area is listed in a round-up below.
Ballston Lake’s Ray Gagnon and his family have found their calling in the world of junk. The retired U.S. Marine Corps master gunnery sergeant, his wife, Robin, and their sons R.J. and Kyle operate several local JDog Junk Removal & Hauling franchises.
BALLSTON – After a contentious debate between public information sessions, a $15.8 million proposed sewer plan was voted down by 419 residents over 108 voting to approve the project.
Decision Confirms Town Followed the Law BALLSTON – In a 14-page decision handed down by state Supreme Court Judge Thomas Buchanan, the court has confirmed that the town of Ballston correctly followed ‘Notice of Intent’ procedures when the board approved a water line extension for a 12-home subdivision off Goode Street.
BALLSTON – At the annual State of the Town of Ballston address last night, Supervisor Tim Szczepaniak offered a positive outlook for residents based on water projects, zoning updates and growth in areas of parks and recreation. The presentation ran about 50 minutes and started with a photo slide show of volunteers, staff and bright…
BALLSTON – Members of the Saratoga County Deputy Sheriff’s PBA delivering a check of $7,000 to the Staff at VetHelp in the Town of Ballston.