Fixing roofs top priority in Ballston Spa

"People are walking in the streets because some sidewalks are not cleared at all," said trustee Donna Thomas. "We need people to get out there and open them up as much as possible."

Thomas was particularly concerned and said she has received complaints about sidewalks along Church Avenue and South Street. Romano said residents can report complaints to the DPW, and the supervisor will notify owners they must clear paths within 24 hours of snowfall.

Bids were approved for major construction of an elevator at the Ballston Spa Public Library. The library received a grant of $62,000 from the state Department of Education for the project, which will make the two-floor building more accessible to people with handicaps. The library board of trustees has also pitched in funds from its endowment. The project will cost the library $79,500 for construction and $70,400 for related electrical work.""

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