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.
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 – The Ballston Spa Central School District recognized four staff members for the outstanding work that they do each day during Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting.
MALTA – Members of the Eastline Romp and Play Dog Park will see their annual fee increase next year after Eastline committee president, David Sanford, requested a rate increase during Monday’s Town Board meeting.
BALLSTON – The Town Board got a first look at a draft sewer use bill during Tuesday’s meeting that could require property owners in the Ballston Lake Sewer District to connect to the system within three years, facing fines and other legal action upon failure to make the connection.
BALLSTON SPA – The Village Board approved the 2018 health insurance policy renewal Monday at a cost of $536,382.82, an increase of $50,296 or 10.35 percent over the current year’s rate.
MALTA – The Town Board took the first step towards using a newly adopted law allowing the town to reduce the speed limit on local roads under certain circumstances, naming local resident, and retired NYS Trooper, Elwood “Woody” Sloat the Chairperson of Malta’s Roadway Safety Advisory Committee during Monday’s board meeting.
BALLSTON SPA – Milton Terrace Elementary School will be expanding the Scotties BackPack Program this year thanks in part to a $3,000 donation from the Rotary Club of Ballston Spa presented during Wednesday’s Ballston Spa Central School District Board of Education meeting.