BALLSTON – Residents packed town hall for the opportunity to comment on a proposed local law to amend town zoning during a public hearing session that took place prior to Tuesday’s Town Board agenda meeting.
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BALLSTON – The Town Board advanced the ongoing discussion over the decision to extend the water district to the proposed Katz Planned Unit Development District on Route 50 during Monday’s board meeting, setting a public hearing for the proposed extension for March 14.
MALTA – Members of the planning department presented their recommendations for the Commercial Corridor Design Standards and Guidelines to the Town Board Monday.
STATE OF NEW YORK – PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION CASE 10-T-0080 – Application of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation d/b/a National Grid for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need Pursuant to Article VII for the Construction of a New 115kV Electric Transmission Line from Spier Falls, Saratoga County to Rotterdam, Schenectady County. NOTICE OF INFORMATIONAL FORUM…
BALLSTON – The Town Board held a public hearing Tuesday, Nov. 1 for the preliminary 2017 budget and will consider approving the $7 million budget at Thursday’s regular meeting.
BALLSTON SPA — Citing increased costs for employee benefits and aging infrastructure costing almost $1 million dollars in emergency repairs in the past few years, Mayor John Romano presented increases in property taxes, as well as water and sewer rates in the 2016-2017 spending plan at the Village Board meeting on Monday, March 28.
BALLSTON SPA – The Town Board has postponed taking any action on the proposed changes to the Industrial District Zoning Regulations in the Town of Ballston.
New Firehouse, New Highway Dept. Garage and Round Lake Road Improvements Discussed at Town Board meeting MALTA– Keeping up with the town’s growth was the topic of many agenda items before the Malta Town Board at a meeting Tuesday, Sept. 3 – a reoccurring theme, and an ongoing process, for town officials and residents.