A moratorium on demolition in Warrensburg's historic district would help protect historic buildings until the town can update its zoning code, a town official said at last week's Town Board meeting.
Queensbury Town Board members on Monday again expressed support for retail marijuana sales within the town, but noted certain restrictions would apply should sales be allowed.
Fort Edward Supervisor Lester Losaw resigned this week amid growing pressure to step down over his role in the revaluation of Irving Tissue earlier this year.
Republican voters are heading to the polls today to decide local contests.
Corinth Town Board member Eric Butler is poised to become the next supervisor after winning Tuesday's Republican primary.
Residents, on Monday, will have an opportunity to weigh in on who they believe should conduct a site characterization study of the town-owned landfill in the Jenkinsville neighborhood after the area was declared a potential Superfund site earlier this year.
The first phase of the town’s accessible playground is done, but advocates are not celebrating.
A children’s clothing consignment store and a playland will move into the former Town Hall, which has been vacant since 2013.
Years after Moreau officials thought they’d discovered the last of the many construction errors at Town Hall, yet another one has reared its head.
It took a formal vote to file for eminent domain, but finally Moreau heard from National Grid. Now construction is expected to begin in early May.
The lowest bidder won the Moreau Route 9 sewer project Tuesday, cutting the expected cost of the project by millions of dollars.
Thurman Supervisor Susan Shepler gave health insurance to her secretary without town approval and board members want the money back.
The Queensbury Town Board is turning to a geologist for help understanding the well contamination near Jenkinsville Road.
Plans for a national real estate developer to build up to 3.5 million square feet of warehouse or manufacturing space at the Luther Forest Technology Campus, potentially creating 2,500 permanent jobs, have begun moving through the town zoning review process.
Planning Board members are gearing up for a fight over a 74-acre array of solar panels in a residential zone.
The Moreau Planning Board got its first look at the draft solar law Monday and it didn’t love it.
The Moreau Planning Board got its first look at 74 acres of proposed solar panels Monday, and it didn’t like it.
Although solar energy arrays aren’t currently allowed in residential areas and the Planning Board has not yet reviewed the draft law regulating solar, the first plan has been submitted.