By Derek Liebig The town board attempted to address some of the confusion surrounding its potential relocation to the Skenesborough Volunteer Fire Company at their monthly meeting on Aug. 10. David Waters told the board he’s heard a lot of conflicting reports about the town’s proposed move and was looking for some clarification. He said […]
It took a little longer than usual, but the Whitehall town supervisor Republican primary did have a winner by the end of the night on Tuesday.
Judge Richard Gordon has opted to step down from the bench in order to pursue a run for Whitehall town supervisor.
The hope is to bring everyone together. The challenge is figuring out how that will happen.
David Waters does not want it to go away. At the Whitehall town board meeting on Feb. 11, Waters approached the members of the board about new findings after appointed highway superintendent Louie Pratt completed his inventory review of the town garage.
A feasibility study could be the first step toward shared services between the town and village of Whitehall.
Board institues new policies on gas Loose ends are being tied up. That was the goal of the Whitehall town board on Nov. 12 as they passed a new policy on use of town property and personal vehicles and enacted a new reporting system on fuel and equipment used at the town highway garage.