Ballston plans special meeting on asphalt plant
The Ballston Planning Board will hold a special meeting on Wednesday night to consider the draft environmental impact statement submitted by applicants hoping to open an asphalt plant in the Curtis Industrial Park.
Last week the Ballston Town Board delayed voting on industrial zoning changes after officials learned the changes would end an asphalt company’s bid to build a plant in the town.
At Wednesday's meeting, which will be held at 7 p.m. in the town offices, the planning board will also have to determine whether the Draft Environmental Impact Statement is complete pursuant to the requirements of the State Environmental Quality Review Act.
The asphalt plant is being proposed by Dolomite Products Co.