BALLSTON – After a contentious debate between public information sessions, a $15.8 million proposed sewer plan was voted down by 419 residents over 108 voting to approve the project.
Decision Confirms Town Followed the Law BALLSTON – In a 14-page decision handed down by state Supreme Court Judge Thomas Buchanan, the court has confirmed that the town of Ballston correctly followed ‘Notice of Intent’ procedures when the board approved a water line extension for a 12-home subdivision off Goode Street.
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.
BALLSTON LAKE – A judge in the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court has granted a temporary restraining order (TRO), preventing further tree cutting and land clearing for a 205-unit housing subdivision in the Town of Ballston. A decision about the development is being expected about on a long-term stay while an appeal is being…
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.
BALLSTON – The Burnt Hills Fire Department held a public forum Tuesday to update community members in advance of a second public referendum on the proposal to build a new firehouse.
Zoning Board Meetings for the Town of Ballston Zoning Board of appeals are held the first Wednesday of the month in the Meeting Room at 7:30 p.m. Applications are available in the Building Department at the Ballston Town Hall, 323 Charlton Rd., Ballston Spa, NY 12020. Application deadline varies depending on the location of appeal. Please call the…
The McDonald’s Corporation has been asked for more tweeking to their design and remodel plans for the franchise located on Church Ave. in the Town of Ballston.
BALLSTON – The Town Board got a first look at a draft sewer use bill during Tuesday’s meeting that could require property owners in the Ballston Lake Sewer District to connect to the system within three years, facing fines and other legal action upon failure to make the connection.