Village of Ballston Spa Board Meeting(11/13/2018) from Ballston Journal on Vimeo. Budget advisory committee chairperson, Larry Woolbright, presents ideas to the Board of Trustees in an effort to help find solutions to fiscal challenges and findings in a recent New York State audit. BALLSTON SPA – BST & Co. CPAs, an Albany based accounting firm,…
BALLSTON SPA — The Community Emergency Corps outlined a rebalanced budget at the September Ballston Town Board meeting — one that included new $140,000 line item labeled “new building.”
BALLSTON – The Ballston Town Board has reached a tentative agreement on the Town’s 2019 budget. The nearly $7.7 million spending plan stays under the state-mandated 2 percent tax cap and includes 2 percent raises for all Town employees.
BALLSTON SPA – Board trustees heard an update about the housing support fund used to assist mostly seniors and disabled residents living in the Village.
BALLSTON SPA -The village board voted on June 11 to provide members of the Ballston Spa Volunteer Fire Department annual recreational memberships to the local YMCA.
BALLSTON LAKE – Controversy surrounds the approval of a sewer district voted for by Ballston Lake residents in 2015. Previously passed 280-135 in a referendum, some residents are now calling for a re-vote, claiming they weren’t adequately informed as to the costs of the project–others claiming they were unaware a vote had even taken place, according…
BALLSTON SPA – Family Fun Day, Falling Leaves Festival, the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Winter Festival and Swimming Under the Stars are out of the 2018-2019 fiscal budget unanimously passed by the Village Board on Monday, April 30. The new budget also included a 17% increase in property taxes.
MILTON – After questions were raised about taxpayer actual costs, the acceptance of an indirect gift from an anonymous donor and the committment of a New York State agency land purchase, the donor has decided not to donate a promised $500k for the Town to acquire Camp Boyhaven in Middle Grove.
The Ballston Spa Village Board met on April 23 for the last time before the postponed budget vote that will take place on April 30 after unanimously agreeing to exceed the tax cap limit for the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget.