Town Crier

10/23/20 issue

Next week’s meetings:

Editor’s Note: As more municipal boards, committees, commissions and school boards begin returning to their regular meeting schedules, it is recommended that anyone wishing to attend a meeting call town officials at the appropriate town hall, or Shen headquarters, as the date approaches (or check their websites) for the meeting’s location and whether it will be held in-person, remotely, or a combination of the two.

Next week’s meetings


7 p.m. Halfmoon Planning Board, town hall and remotely

7 p.m. Clifton Park G.R.E.E.N. Committee, town hall Room B


7 p.m. Clifton Park Planning Board, remotely-see agenda on town website for instructions

Last week’s meetings:

Clifton Park Town Board (Oct. 13)

Agreed to move the Oct. 19 and Nov. 2 Town Board meetings to the Clifton park Senior Community Center

Authorized the supervisor to sign a just compensation letter for right-of-way acquisitions for pedestrian improvements at Exit 9

Referred the Waite Meadows PDD to the Planning Board for an advisory opinion

Appointed Jennyfer Gleason to the Environmental Conservation Commission

Halfmoon Planning Board (Oct. 13)

Approved site plans and a special use permit, after holding a public hearing, for a minor subdivision at 315 Grooms Road to allow two residential duplex homes

Denied a request, after a public hearing, for a home occupation dog grooming business at 18 Cambridge Avenue

Approved a minor subdivision/lot-line adjustment, after a public hearing, for the Impact Athletic Center, Route 146

Tabled after a review and referred to appropriate agencies, site plans for the 91-unit Mott Orchard PDD, 165 Farm to Market Road

Clifton Park Planning Board (Oct. 14)

Reviewed site plans for constructing a three-story, 34-unit apartment building and converting a 19,000-square-foot office building into a 16-unit apartment building on Tallow Wood Drive and 855 Route 146

Reviewed site plans for a 22-acre solar array on Hubbs Road.

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