KNOX — After not filing annual financial reports for the last two years, the town of Knox will be audited by the state comptroller’s office.

The Knox Zoning Board of Appeals will weigh in on the interpretation of a town law on home businesses after the planning board members could not come to an agreement on whether home businesses are subject to similar zoning restrictions as their business counterparts.

A request for a speed-limit reduction was met with disappointment in Knox. But an expert believes speed-limit reductions are not always the answers for traffic safety.

A 100-year-old annual dinner will be replaced with a new fundraiser as the Knox Reformed Church “passes the torch” to its younger congregants.

With over 30 places for people to visit, the discover the hilltown tour had plenty to offer people that wanted to come see what these places offer or make.

The complaint criticizes the Knox Town Board over what is described as a lack of transparency before voting to send a proposed multi-use district to the town and county planning boards.

Harold Lewis Orelup

KNOX — Harold “Harry” Lewis Orelup — who  lived much of his life passionately serving others in some form of law enforcement — died on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at his home Knox following a long illness. He was 75.

Knox residents will be able to help build a new playground at the town park this July.

The Albany County Planning Board determined the proposed Knox business district was incompatible with the town’s zoning and character, and suggested the comprehensive plan first be reviewed.

Jennie Jablonowski Stevens

KNOX —  Jennie Jablonowski Stevens was devoted to her church and to the Stevens business but took her greatest joy from her family. She died peacefully on Monday, May 14, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was 99.


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