Wormuth said that the town was currently looking into building and connecting riverfront trails to nearby Clifton Park trails.
"I'd like to see some focus on our riverfront development; there are two different areas that we can focus on recreational opportunities," Wormuth said. "Having some redevelopment in those areas that would provide public access would be a huge benefit."
Nolan said that Wormuth was at the forefront of open space and recreation, two important issues for all of Saratoga.
"I think those are really top issues in our county and in every one of our towns and even the cities," Nolan said. "I think she's following where we're going as a county to protect open space and also to make sure we have availability for economic development."
Wormuth is proud that Halfmoon has no town tax.
"The fact that we don't have a town tax; not as supervisor, but just as a resident, to me that's an important thing," Wormuth said. "I think for a lot of our folks it is."
Wormuth plans to run for another two-year term as supervisor in November. Justin Rathman, chairman of the Halfmoon Democratic Committee, said that Democrats had not yet decided whether or not the party would endorse a candidate to oppose Wormuth.