New Scotland

Classes might have been over but not for the Voorheesville AP Physics. On Wednesday, June 21, students in the class showed off their class project to some eighth-graders at the school.

The Voorheesville Farmers Market at the First Methodist Church opens for the season on Wednesday June 21.

New Scotland is updating its comprehensive plan, which was last done in 1994, and considering clustered, mixed-use development.

Two animals were found dead and decomposed in a Feura Bush house last week.

Stewart’s shops threatened to sue if Voorheesville’s planning commission required an in-depth environmental review of its proposal to build a store with gas pumps in the village, which the company calls an unlawful delaying tactic. Nevertheless, the commission proceeded; its chairwoman said of Stewart’s, “They can sue us or decide to work with us.”

Endangered bats, wetlands, and stormwater basins were among the topics the Voorheesville Planning Commission heard about in considering James Cillis’s proposal for an 11-lot subdivision called Serenity.

The Renaissance Fair made it's annual trip to Indian Ladder Farms in Voorheesville last weekend, June 10-11.

Bikers of all ages biked on over to the annual bike day on Grove Street in Voorheesville where the street was closed off so people could ride their bikes safely.

On Tuesday, Twin Bridges Waste and Recycling got a special-use permit from New Scotland’s planning board to operate a business from School Road but still needs a building-department permit.

The feel of patriotism was in full force Saturday on the streets in Voorheesville.


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