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 – Anyone planning a party featuring a bounce house had better stay at home, as the Town Board plans to establish a policy restricting the use of inflatables when holding parties at the town’s pavilions.
MALTA – The Malta Town Board is likely to revoke a town law requiring sprinkler systems in new commercial properties following notification from the New York State Department of State Division of Building Standards and Codes that there was a procedural defect in the town’s application filing the law.
MALTA – The Town Board discussed forming a special district including the town and the Village of Round Lake to fund the ambulance service provided by Malta-Stillwater EMS during Monday’s board meeting.
MALTA – The Town Board on Monday settled a legal case brought by Deputy Town Clerk Jennifer Chudy, who alleged that she was harassed by Town Clerk Flo Sickels.
After a brief flirtation with private ownership during the month of February, the Wiggins-Collamer House is still for sale. The Town of Malta, which owns both the house and Collamer Park where it sits, now continues its four year-long quest to sell the property. The Wiggins-Collamer House was erected in 1835 by George Wiggins, who…