MALTA – The Town Board narrowly passed a resolution amending the zoning of six properties on Route 67 West from residential to commercial during Monday’s meeting.
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 – The Town Board will hold public hearings on a proposed amendment to the town code that would allow some lot line adjustment to be approved by the town planning staff and a proposed local law to abolish the elected office of tax receiver and create an appointed tax receiver position during the next…
MALTA – Residents turned out in force to voice their support for the Albany-Saratoga Speedway as the Town Board discussed the applicability of the noise ordinance at the raceway during Monday’s board meeting after receiving
MALTA – The Town Board and representatives for the Park Place Planned Development District held a workshop on Monday before the regular board meeting to discuss proposed amendments to the PDD that was first approved by the town in 2003.
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 – Town Sewer and Water Committee Chairman and Town Board member Craig Warner presented the committee’s recommendation to contract the Chazen Companies for $13,500 to work on a proposal to extend water into the Maltaville area to the Town Board on Monday.
MALTA – Developers of the Park Place Planned Development District asked the Town Board to consider amending the PDD for the commercial area at the front of the project, reducing the density of the area and following the town’s form based code.
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 – Highway Superintendent Roger Crandall appeared before the Malta Town Board Monday to discuss a possible alternative for the town-wide bulk trash pick-up that will take place later this year.