BETHLEHEM: Egan delivers State of the Town

"Fiscal responsibility" according to the supervisor, will be key in 2007.

There were fewer building permits issued in 2006 than in years prior, but Egan said that is OK.

"We need to grow, but in a managed way," she said.

Town board members Sam Messina and Kyle Kotary were both present to hear the supervisor's message.

"The supervisor read a long list of accomplishments in 2006 and laid out a very comprehensive plan and vision for 2007," said Kotary.

"I believe the key issues for 2007 are the Vista Technology Park, Colonial Acres Golf Course and continued fiscal discipline," said Kotary.

The town is currently working with the state to seek funding for the Colonial Acres Golf Course with the town goal to run and manage the course once it is sold and turned over.""

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