Malta Approves $1.275 Million Project for Athletic Fields (and more news)

http://theballstonjournal.com/2014/08/05/malta-approves-1-275-million-project-athletic-fields/

Residents upset about planned construction of two roundabouts on Round Lake Roadcontinue to make waves. Ellwood “Woody” Sloat continued his regular practice of using the public comment portion of the meeting to denounce the board’s decision to build the roundabouts as not reflecting public sentiment in the area. And Kathleen Eitzmann, another roundabout opponent, said after the meeting that the issue is driving her campaign to win a seat on the town Republican Committee. She, Town Clerk Flo Sickels and Nick Willock will run for the two committee seats from District 10 in the Sept. 9 primary election.


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  • commented 2014-08-13 12:25:24 -0700
    Kathy deserves to be on the Malta Repubican Committee as she truly represents the feelings of the District 10 residents. One cannot say the same thing about Flo Sickels who has been on the wrong side of the roundabout issue from the start. No clue how Nick Wilock feels about anything and he does pretty much what Flo Sickels and Tara Thomas tell him to do as far as I have ever seen. Voters in District 10 need to get out and vote in the primary on September 9. Who your future representatives will be is directly related to this vote. I strongly recommend Kathy Eitzmann for District 10.