Saratoga County supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a lawsuit settlement under which General Electric will pay the Saratoga County Water Authority $5.3 million to settle a federal lawsuit over costs tied to the PCB pollution of the Hudson River.
The Town Board is considering amending its ethics law to make it clear that elected officials are covered by the town's employee conduct policies, and creating the position of ombudsman to review employee complaints about workplace conduct.
Local attorney Jonathan Schopf was sworn in Monday evening by the Town Board to represent Clifton Park on the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors. Schopf is filling the seat vacated by Anita Daly last month.
Vying for a pair of open seats, two Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake school board incumbents and two challengers Tuesday night contrasted their positions on standards, the veterans exemption and board culture.
General Electric will pay the Saratoga County Water Authority $5.3 million to settle a federal lawsuit that said the cost of the county water system was driven up by GE’s pollution of the Hudson River.
The Clifton Park man who died after being found injured on Interstate 90 early Friday is believed to have intentionally left his moving vehicle during a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, state police said.