MALTA – After 15 months of resident review and neighborhood input, the town of Malta completed its zoning law overhaul to refocus development efforts on commercial zoning investment in key corridors.
MALTA – Within several years, the town of Malta could see the construction of more new office and retail spaces.
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.
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 – 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 – The Town Board and representatives for the Park Place Planned Development District held a workshop on Monday before the regular board meeting to discuss proposed amendments to the PDD that was first approved by the town in 2003.
MALTA – Developers of the Park Place Planned Development District asked the Town Board to consider amending the PDD for the commercial area at the front of the project, reducing the density of the area and following the town’s form based code.
MALTA – The Planning Board approved the construction of a hospital and YMCA facility during its meeting Tuesday.