Article on page 4 of the 08/04 edition.
MECHANICVIILE MAY 31- All ten applicants were approved by the Planning/Zoning Board. Cumberland Farms was approved to occupy the area that now includes Palmieri Auto and BJ Electric.
Article in the 06-09 issue.
Stillwater Zoning Public Visioning Session
There are some exciting changes in store for Route 4 and beyond...come learn how you can be a part of them!
The Town and Village of Stillwater are working together to collaboratively develop new zoning code changes and design standards.
The goal of this project is to create a seamless zoning code and design standards that provide regulatory consistency along the Route 4 corridor, promote walkable mixed-use development, protect and preserve rural and historical areas north of the Village and near the Saratoga National Historical Park, and enhance and support economic development and revitalization efforts along the Route 4 corridor.
MALTA AND BALLSTON SPA, February 1– The packed house – including some who had to stand for almost an hour - at Malta Town Hall on February 1 for a crucial public hearing on zoning changes – proved an opportunity for lots of folks to hear about something else new in the community.
Read the entire article in the 02/11 edition.
TOWN OF STILLWATER, October 20 ñ The Town's three boards Council, Planning and Zoning in an occasional joint workshop session, focused on one subject: a potential project at the western end of the Rte 67 business district, proposed by Halfmoon Developer Bruce Tanski.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 30th issue of the Express.
The Town of Malta Board heard a proposal by Luther Forest Tech Campus to open the door to certain zoning changes that could in turn open the Town's "door" to more business activity and fiscal benefit. Matthew Jones presented a proposal for amending its Planned Development District (PDD) legislation, that had been developed in recent months with LFTC board chairman Thomas Roohan and Michael Relyea the former campus director, now a consultant to it.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 2nd issue of the Express