For Bob Elny, the free docking and use of electricity along the Champlain Canal is troubling as he sees business at the Champlain Harbor Marina drop. “Last week, I saw 21 boats docked along the canal,” said Elny, who addressed members of the Whitehall Town Board at their Aug. 11 meeting. “I did some quick […]
After months of campaigning and 18 hours of polling, nothing has been decided in the race for the town of Whitehall’s top administrator’s position.
Who will replace the roof on the town recreation center? Members of the Whitehall Town Board hope to decide the answer to that question by the end of the week after receiving and opening bids on the project on Oct. 7.
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.
By Darrell R. Beebe The town’s summer recreation program for youths could be in danger of suspension for one year if a suitable, central location for the program is not found before July, town officials said.
The town of Whitehall prepared for 2009 at its Jan. 14 organizational meeting. Town councilman James Putorti and town clerk Julie Millett were sworn in as elected officials at the meeting. Both had been appointed to their positions earlier in the year.
A final offer has been made by Fred Troelstra. Troelstra, who is co-owner of Garden Time and the former retail site and Off-Track Betting location on Route 4 in Whitehall presented the town board with three options concerning the property at it’s Dec. 10 meeting.