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New zoning rules could affect plans for 5-story Malta hotel

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The developer of a major mixed-use project planned on Route 9 contends it should be exempt from anticipated changes in Malta’s downtown zoning. At least some aspects of the proposed Malta Crossings development wouldn’t comply with the new zoning. ACO Property Advisors of Saratoga Springs has already spent $500,000 on application-related studies, according to its lawyer. It has gotten some needed town approvals, but not final site plan approval. The 16-acre project would be located ...


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hadlock2_
December 31, 2012
10:04 a.m.

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If that was the supervisor's money he certainly wouldn't being saying that. He has no compassion for developers that have been working with the boards in Malta.
I wonder if he got a sign permit this year to sell his christmas trees. He hasn't followed the rules in year's past. Maybe someone should check on that. He thinks that he is above the law.

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