Supervisor Dan Lewza and his wife Lisa address new accusations – Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. READ the story in today’s Times Union “Ex-town official accused of “horrific” sexual harassment VIEW additional coverage of the topic by WTEN “Former Supervisor accused of sexual harassment” To comment on this news item, please login and post below.
A settlement agreement was ordered unsealed, about two weeks ago, by state Supreme Court Ann C. Crowell in a legal battle waged by the Times Union (TU) against the Town of Milton.
The preliminary 2018 budget for the Town of Milton has been filed at $7.7 million after a vote of 3-2, with councilpersons Benny Zlotnick and Barbara Kerr voting against it.
View the budget document here>>>http://townofmiltonny.org/docs/budget-committee.html RELATED Video: Milton budget workshop Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017 RELATED Ostrander estimates Milton budget gap at $1.2 million
The Town of Milton board meeting held Wednesday, Nov. 1 is filmed in entirety. The process to adopt the resolution of a local law to amend the town code and add a new section to chapter 4, property tax levy 2018, starts a 7:58. RELATED Milton budget workshop held 10.24.17 RELATED Lewza presents tentative $6.7 million…
Supervisor Dan Lewza clarifies possible tax increase and sets expectations for the next budget workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 6:30 p.m. at the Milton Town Hall on Geyser Rd.
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.
MILTON–The town is facing a lawsuit initiated by its very own Supervisor, Dan Lewza.
Updated Monday, 10/16/17 1:46 p.m. with video statement from Town Supervisor Dan Lewza: Here’s the scoop: the political machine is warming back up (only 5-ish weeks ’til the general election) and an article in the Times Union is being shared like wildfire on Facebook that paints a scary picture for the residents in the Town…
We have heard of discrepancies in previous Milton budgets for the past few months. The auditors have been working to determine whether or not there are deficits, and if so how much. Where does the town really stand fiscally?