I knew from the moment I set eyes on the Village I wanted to settle down here. When I first drove through eight years ago the first thing that caught my eye was Coffee Planet. A real “mom and pop” coffeehouse right in the center of this
As I was driving along Milton Ave and Front Street to work this morning, I felt both a sense of pride in our quaint village and bit of bewilderment having recently read the comments and letters from candidates Shaw, Raymond and Tebbins and their supporters.
I was on facebook and saw where the Democratic Candidates for village of Ballston Spa Trustee are trying to “get out the vote” for election on Tuesday. Candidate Noah Shaw was then asked if he had voted in the a Village election, Because he is registered to vote.
We love living in Ballston Spa, a village with a selection of restaurants and other services within walking distance. The Ballston Spa Business and Professional Association has done a tremendous job of improving the Village; attracting businesses, providing community events, the farmer’s market and beautifying the
I have just read the recent letter portraying Democratic candidates for village offices as “carpetbaggers,” etc. How sad that anyone feels it is necessary to resort to name calling and negativity to express their opinion about the village
I’ve often said, I grew up at the right time in the right place. It was a time when our neighbors were true friends and everyone helped and cared for each other. We had the best of everything. The best fire department, emergency corp, organizations, and most of all the best
Letter to the Editor: “A Carpetbagger, an ‘Engineer,’ and a Republican-Hating Feminist Walk into a Village Bar…”
I wish the title of this letter was the beginning of a joke, but unfortunately, it represents the truth of local Democrats this election season. I write this partially in response to the letter of Ben Walter (Baskin) (March 5, 2017, The Ballston Journal Online), and to
I am writing to express my strong support for the candidates Noah Shaw and Shawn Raymond, who are running for the two open Trustee seats on the Ballston Spa Village Board. They will bring new ideas, energy, and transparency to Village government.