The owner of a New Scotland farm stand was cited and shut down by the town in May for violations of the zoning code. The owner says that her activities predate the zoning code and are therefore exempt from the laws.

Under the current Voorheesville back-to-school plan, kindergarten through sixth grade classes would meet in-person everyday, while seventh- through twelfth-graders would come into school one day a week.

While the fiscal health of other area municipalities may be in question, New Scotland’s is “very sound.”

Michelle Moczulski

BETHLEHEM —  Michelle Moczulski, who graduated from Bethlehem Central High School in June and plans to study environmental science at Villanova University in the fall, has won a $2,000 scholarship from the Friends of Five Rivers.

A developer of solar arrays has pulled out, but New Scotland will “continue to look for opportunities to do something” with two landfills on Upper Flatrock Road.

With guidelines from New York State in hand, Voorheesville now has just two weeks to come up with its own reopening plan to submit back to the state.

The farm-stand owner’s application for a special-use permit will not be heard by the planning board on July 7 as she had expected.

Customers in New Scotland’s Northeast Water District could have clearer water and fire protection if the town obtains grants that would lower the cost to connect to a new water source. 

At New Scotland Town Hall, it’s back to business as (the new) normal. 

This past weekend, parents and teachers of Clayton A. Bouton’s Class of 2020 distributed care packages made for the students by members of the Voorheesville community. 

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