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Ballston Town Board blew it on Cappiello Farm

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It seemed too good to be true last week when the town of Ballston had a chance to buy the Cappiello Farm on Route 50, a beautiful property under threat of development and whose protection is called for in the town’s master plan, for just $600,000, far less than it’s worth. And that's how it turned out, as the Cappiellos withdrew their offer in anger a day after a public meeting at which the Town ...


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ed186
October 5, 2012
12:37 p.m.

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YUP, THEY BLEW IT! THEY SURE DID. I HOPE THEIR HAPPY.

pollywog
October 5, 2012
3:51 p.m.

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You can thank the Republican Party for starting the bullying, like we'd rather look at a used car place than this lovely piece of land. Thanks to the 'Zette for noting the complete version. One councilman even refused to apologize for his surprise visit to Mrs. Cappiello, claiming to share a pew at church. Note: the property has been posted with No Trespassing signs ever since.

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