Edit: Wednesday, June 27 at 9 p.m. — The article published below incorrectly states that an amenities package could potentially lessen the lot size necessary for development. An amenities package can be provided by a developer and agreed upon by town officials to decrease the density cap, or unit-per-acre total, within a proposed development and…
MILTON = The town board voted at its May 1 continuation meeting to accept an extension offered by Twin Rivers Council (TRC) and proceed with intent to purchase Camp Boyhaven in Middle Grove.
Milton Town Supervisor Scott Ostrander has dealt with a contentious political situation, both during the campaign season and in the early months of his term. But that hasn’t stopped him from moving forward with his plans to help stabilize the town’s budget and secure new business opportunities.
MILTON – Should people who live outside the town of Milton be allowed to occupy positions in the town’s local government?
Correction on Wednesday, Mar.7: John Olenik is not a board member as originally published below and is a resident of Milton. Jim Staulters, also a resident, was not ousted from the Planning Board–his term limit expired and he was not re-appointed. We regret the errors. MILTON – Two members of Milton, New York’s ethics board resigned from…
At recent Town of Milton Board meetings, we learned how the town came up over a million dollars short on the budget and now must double the tax rate and take out $700,000 in reserves to fix the ‘mistake’.
MILTON – The Milton Town Board voted unanimously to authorize back payments to town staff members who were underpaid from Jan. 1, 2011 up to now during Wednesday’s regular board meeting.
MILTON – The town is looking at a 6-percent rate hike for its insurance premium due in large part to two unforeseen incidents that occurred over the past year.
MILTON – The Milton Town Board voted unanimously at Wednesday’s regular meeting in favor of the resolution to accept the Facilities Committee’s recommendation to move the town highway salt shed to the town-owned 8-acre property on Rowland Street.