BALLSTON – The Ballston Sewer Committee recommended that the Town Board take preliminary steps to consider adding a second phase to the Ballston Lake sewer project to add a sewer district along Route 50 during Tuesday’s board meeting.
BALLSTON – The Town Board set the date for a zoning workshop with the intention of finalizing the list of proposed changes to the town’s zoning regulations during Thursday’s regular board meeting, shortly before hearing from the
BALLSTON – The Ballston Planning Board granted final approval for Lamar Advertising Company to convert one its existing static billboards to an LED billboard during the regular meeting on Wednesday as part of a settlement agreement
BALLSTON – Representatives for McDonald’s appeared before the Ballston Planning Board on Wednesday to present a redesigned site plan for the restaurant on Route 50, looking to move ahead with rebuilding the location six months after Walmart cancelled plans to develop a new store behind McDonald’s.
BALLSTON – The Town Board once again approved two controversial water district extensions, despite opposition from some residents and an unresolved lawsuit regarding the extensions.
BALLSTON – Town Supervisor Tim Szczepaniak delivered the second annual State of the Town Address Thursday, highlighting the progress and accomplishments made by the town last year and outlining plans for 2017.
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.
BALLSTON – Walmart’s Director of Corporate Communications for the Northeast Division released a statement Wednesday announcing that the company had decided not to move forward with plans to develop a new store in the Town behind the McDonald’s on Route 50.