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SARATOGA SPRINGS – The city council meeting on tax day – Tuesday, April 15 had an economic flavor as Finance Commissioner Michele Madigan delivered her year-end report for 2013. Pending a final audit, she reported generally good news for the city: “For 2013, the City is required to have a fund balance between $4,044,002 and $6,066,003. Unaudited figures indicate that the surplus resulted in a fund balance that is in excess of the maximum amount by about $1.7 million.” Ms.…
SARATOGA SPRINGS -- Commissioner of Finance Michele Madigan reports that 2013 City general fund (operating budget) revenues have outpaced City expenses, and unaudited year-end figures reveal an annual operating surplus. For 2013, the City is required to have a fund balance between $4,044,002 and $6,066,003. Unaudited figures indicate that the surplus resulted in a fund balance that is in excess of the maximum amount by about $1.7 million. The 2013 surplus is driven by higher than expected revenues coupled with…
MALTA— The Malta Town Board meeting on Monday, April 7 brought about significant actions on two fronts: The first was the adoption, by a 4-1 vote (with Councilman Peter Klotz voting against) of the adoption of the Stewart’s Planned Development District (PDD) #315, which would eventually lead to the issuing of a building permit for a Stewart’s Shops (with gasoline pumps) and an Adirondack Trust branch office. This building would be sighted on the high traffic roundabout at the intersection…
Local Students Compete in Business Competition for Prize SARATOGA SPRINGS—In its fourth year, the Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition is bringing six business-minded student teams to the final round today, Friday, April 10, at Skidmore College to compete for a first place prize of $20,000, and second and third places of $10,000 and $5,000, respectfully. This year is the first year that all participating teams have started their projects either before or during the initial stages of the competition.…
Peer-minded posters to promote safe, friendly environments on the Internet By Colette Linton SARATOGA SPRINGS— The Internet is nearly an extension of the classroom. Curiosities fuel web searches, social interaction and creativity, but they don’t always lead to a place where children are safe. Kat McLain, a fifth grader at Division Street Elementary School in Saratoga Springs, recently won the “Kids Safe Online” New York State Poster contest for creating a message to resonate with her peers about online safety.…
Naval Base Pursues More Community Support SARATOGA SPRINGS—The Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) in Ballston Spa is the third stop on a sailors’ journey to becoming a part of the Navy fleet. It's about a six to eight month visit for this most difficult stage of training for enlisted sailors. This leaves a short window for Saratoga Springs resident to become acquainted with the next class that eventually becomes nuclear operators; however, Commanding Officer of Naval Support Activity (NSA)…
Restaurant At Pavilion Grand Hotel To Intermingle Unique Cuisine With Local Tastes By Colette Linton SARATOGA SPRINGS— With about a month to go before opening in May, Jose Filomeno’s Korean fusion-styled cuisine restaurant will be the first floor installment of the Pavilion Grand Hotel, offering a unique taste and way of business to mingle and mix with the local palate two blocks from Saratoga Springs’ bustling Broadway. The restaurant is not only to catch the eye of passerby, but it…
- To Speak At Skidmore Next Monday Evening “ ‘Cause there'll be hard times, Lord those hard times - Who knows better than I?” -- Ray Charles SARATOGA SPRINGS – He was dealt a losing hand from the beginning. Then, for a long time, by his own admission, he made it a lot worse. Kelvin Davis doesn’t shrink from his past, which is not a pretty picture. Scarce, stolen moments of happiness, perhaps, spread too thin over five decades of…
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Police Blotter

  • Alexander J. Rios, 22, of Saratoga Springs, was arrested Jan. 7 and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, aggravated unlicensed…
  • Tracy Adams, of Framingham, Massachusetts, 49, of Brooklyn, was arrested Dec. 8 and charged with grand larceny. Michael D. Urbanski,…
  • Gilbert Judge, 34, of Queensbury, was arrested Dec. 2 and charged with failure to keep right, aggravated unlicensed operation of…
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