MALTA – The Town Board will study the impact of replacing one of two vacant senior planner positions with an in-house professional engineer despite continued discussions of delays to the work of updating town zoning due to understaffing in the planning department.
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.
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.
MALTA – The Town Board passed a resolution Thursday limiting the density of multi-family dwellings downtown to a maximum of 15 units per acre.
MALTA – A small crowd, about twenty people, attended a candidate forum at the Malta Community Center, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, last Thursday night, Oct. 19.
MALTA – The Town Board delayed voting on an amendment to the Form Based Code that would have limited the density of multi-family dwellings downtown to a maximum of 15 units per acre during Monday’s regular meeting in order to add language protecting developers who had been working with the Malta Planning Board to develop…
MALTA – The Town Board narrowly passed a resolution amending the zoning of six properties on Route 67 West from residential to commercial during Monday’s meeting.
MALTA – Residents will decide in November on whether to abolish the elective office of the tax receiver and create the appointed office of the tax receiver after the Town Board voted on Monday to send the proposed local law to a referendum.
MALTA – The Town Board will hold public hearings on a proposed amendment to the town code that would allow some lot line adjustment to be approved by the town planning staff and a proposed local law to abolish the elected office of tax receiver and create an appointed tax receiver position during the next…
MALTA – Residents turned out in force to voice their support for the Albany-Saratoga Speedway as the Town Board discussed the applicability of the noise ordinance at the raceway during Monday’s board meeting after receiving