Woerner-Tedisco Public Safety Bill to Help Lower Speed Limits in Malta Signed into Law by the Governor New law will enable the Town of Malta to decrease speed limits on town roads when a higher road speed is deemed potentially hazardous to public safety Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner (D-Round Lake) today announced…
MALTA – A small crowd, about twenty people, attended a candidate forum at the Malta Community Center, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, last Thursday night, Oct. 19.
The League of Women Voters of Saratoga County (LWV) is holding a candidate forum for the Town of Malta. Invited candidates are running for town supervisor, town council and town justice. Candidates will make opening statements, take questions from the audience and end with closing statements. All LWV candidate forums are open to the media…
Says Approach to Commercial Development in the Town of Malta Yielding Results · No General Town Tax (34th consecutive year) · No Highway Tax (17th consecutive year)
MALTA — Former Town Supervisor Paul J. Sausville was presented with a plaque and recognized by Malta Town
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MALTA — An ethics code review committee chaired by Councilman Tim Dunn has completed four and a half months of work, cross-referenced with state and local resources, and research with legal experts, to ensure elected officials are included in the town’s employee conduct policies.