The Whitehall Village Board revisited Kirtland Street at its Nov. 15 meeting, again looking for a way to resolve a concern. This time, it was over the fact that the speed limit was too slow. Under New York State Law, municipalities can only lower a speed limit to 25 mph on their roadways, unless the […]
It came down to two new bumps in the road. Residents from Kirtland Street in the village of Whitehall were pleased to see the bumps, which they felt were a way to deter people from speeding along their street. However, others saw them as a nuisance. In the end, it came down to how the […]
Could the Village of Whitehall follow the town into the Skenesborough Volunteer Fire Company? The Mayor certainly thinks so. “I think that we should have both of the offices in one place,” said Francis “Fra” Putorti during the Nov. 1 meeting of the board of trustees. “It makes sense to have everything together in one […]
When you look at the law, it’s not like Whitehall had a choice in the matter. According to Whitehall Village Attorney Anthony “Tony” Jordan, Section 72-C of General Municipal Law is worded very specifically.
A very tight debate between two foresters went to the deciding vote of Mayor Francis “Fra” Putorti at the Whitehall Village Board meeting on July 20.
The village of Whitehall asked nicely, and the answer was “no.” Now, the village will be seeking legal action.
There was no sheriff at the Whitehall Village Board meeting on June 15.
The decision on logging the Pine Lake watershed property will continue to be discussed by the village board next week.
The Granville Town Summer Recreation Program has potential new life following a decision Monday night by the village board to contribute financial support to a needed bus run.