MALTA — Republican Sen. Jim Tedisco recently announced that the governor has signed into law his legislation designating Round Lake in the town of Malta an inland waterway to help the village and town receive federal and state grant funding for waterfront revitalization and environmental protection efforts.
MALTA – The Town Board will study the impact of replacing one of two vacant senior planner positions with an in-house professional engineer despite continued discussions of delays to the work of updating town zoning due to understaffing in the planning department.
MALTA – Water was restored to residents of the Malta Gardens mobile home park last week after some residents went 11 days without service and a boil water advisory was lifted Sunday according to spokesman Ron Simoncini.
Updated 1/11/18 at 9:10 p.m.–A statement received from Solomon Group said, “On January 1, 2018, water service was disrupted at Malta Gardens, a mobile home park, and Malta Pointe, a garden apartment community, in an incident triggered by severe cold and exacerbated by excess water use by mobile home park residents attempting to avoid pipes freezing.
MALTA – The Town Board will consider imposing a six-month moratorium on ground mounted solar panels and solar farms next month following a public hearing.
MALTA – Members of the Eastline Romp and Play Dog Park will see their annual fee increase next year after Eastline committee president, David Sanford, requested a rate increase during Monday’s Town Board meeting.
MALTA – The Town Board took the first step towards using a newly adopted law allowing the town to reduce the speed limit on local roads under certain circumstances, naming local resident, and retired NYS Trooper, Elwood “Woody” Sloat the Chairperson of Malta’s Roadway Safety Advisory Committee during Monday’s board meeting.
Malta Town Supervisor Vincent DeLucia, has named Anthony Trezza the Building and Planning Coordinator, the staff leader of the Building and Planning Department.
MALTA – The Town Board delayed voting on an amendment to the Form Based Code that would have limited the density of multi-family dwellings downtown to a maximum of 15 units per acre during Monday’s regular meeting in order to add language protecting developers who had been working with the Malta Planning Board to develop…