BALLSTON – The Town Board narrowly approved a measure referring proposed plans for a rental community for residents aged 55 and up to the Ballston Planning Board for concept review Tuesday.
Emboldened by their recent losses in court the Ballston Town Board is riding their streak of luck right to the end of the year.
BALLSTON – The Town Board unanimously passed the $6.99 million 2018 budget Tuesday, which includes a water rate increase of $.25 per 1,000 gallons.
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 picked up the discussion on proposed zoning changes for the town during Tuesday’s Board meeting that have become hung up on recommendations for property setbacks and issues with transfer of development rights.
Town of Ballston Supervisor Tim Szczepaniak is at the forefront of Saratoga County’s effort to enact a Tobacco 21 law. The law would prohibit the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. It would apply to cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, electronic cigarettes, and smoking paraphernalia.
BALLSTON – The Town Board tabled a resolution approving water extensions “due to hardships” to two controversial developments and a new firehouse that is still in the planning stage during Tuesday’s meeting after being contacted by the state Department of Agriculture and Markets over ongoing litigation just a few hours before the 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 Town Board will only be meeting once a month this summer, after board members agreed to combine the regular business and agenda meeting each month from June through August.
BALLSTON – The Town Board once again approved two controversial water district extensions, despite opposition from some residents and an unresolved lawsuit regarding the extensions.