The new state budget will restore cuts that had been proposed to the state’s video lottery terminal aid for Saratoga Springs and Saratoga County, according to the city’s state legislators.
Saratoga County supervisors on Wednesday approved a $308.2 million budget for 2015 that will hold property taxes unchanged.
Over the last several weeks the Gloversville Common Council has reduced the 2015 budget deficit by cutting raises for city employees and eliminating funding to tear down abandoned houses.
The Glenville Town Board unanimously passed a 2015 budget Wednesday that raises taxes right up to the state cap.
Rotterdam has a budget for next year, but half the Town Board does not like it.
Saratoga County supervisors on Thursday added $1.4 million to the tentative 2015 county budget, including money for open space preservation and several new jobs.
The Schenectady City Council worked for more than three hours Thursday evening on the proposed 2015 city budget, cutting spending to drop the projected property tax hike below 1 percent.
A Common Council meeting Tuesday night revealed First Ward Councilwoman Robin Wentworth and Mayor Dayton King disagree on ways to balance the city’s 2015 budget.
The Schenectady City Council is targeting ways to cut spending in the proposed 2015 budget that include eliminating discretionary pay raises and cutting funds for golf course improvements.
The City Council whipped through the proposed 2015 budget in record time this year, but it left some council members feeling more like observers than decision-makers.
Rotterdam’s Republican Town Board members proposed 26 budget amendments Wednesday night, and all but six failed by a 2-2 vote.
Council members are looking closely at the city-run body shop as they search for ways to reduce the 2015 proposed budget.
Scotia Mayor Kris Kastberg isn’t happy that the proposed Glenville town budget would raise town taxes for village residents by 11.4 percent, or $11.87 for a home assessed at $116,300.
The Schenectady County Legislature on Tuesday voted unanimously to pass a $308.07 million budget for 2015.
The city might not have enough money to pay its entire state retirement bill for police and firefighters this year, Finance Commissioner Deborah DeGenova said.
City residents won’t see their taxes increase next year under the proposed 2015 comprehensive budget unveiled Tuesday night by city Finance Commissioner Michele Madigan.
The Montgomery County Legislature unanimously adopted its first budget Tuesday, and barring any further unforeseen action it will take effect on Jan. 1.
Schenectady County residents can weigh in on a proposed $307.97 million budget Monday.
The tentative Halfmoon town budget for 2015 keeps overall spending as the same level as this year and proposes a 36th consecutive year with no town-wide general property tax.
City Council members are on the lookout for $1 million.
The "Anchor Room," a judgement-free space for students to get the clothing, toiletries, and food they may need, is maintained by a Mohonasen High School teacher and her alternative education students.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.