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Planning chairman Robert Price says the current Knox garage is structurally sound and can be upgraded for $62,000 while building a new garage would be costly.

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On Saturday March 18, The official kick off to the Maple Festival weekends started with a 5K at the Knox Town Hall in Knox.

Civil discourse at Knox Town board meetings would yield solutions. The board should not pass up a $12,000 grant that would lead to a $100,000 grant.

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Knox Supervisor Vasilios Lefkaditis

Knox’s town board held a special meeting to host a tour of its facilities, highlighting items in need of repair — some simple and some not as much.

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Knox is considering hiring an engineer, largely to review large solar projects.

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At a raucous meeting, the Knox Town Board agreed unanimously to hold a hearing on five potential new business districts, overriding a planning board recommendation.

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Most dogs in Knox are not licensed, according to the town’s dog-control officer.

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The ins and outs of BANs create a headache for Knox.

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While Knox last month decided not to invest in an appraisal of its Altamont reservoir property, the village board on Tuesday committed to spending $11,000 for an appraisal to prove in court that the property should not be valued, or taxed, as a reservoir since it is no longer used for that purpose.

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A year after Vasilios Lefkaditis became Knox supervisor, he and the other town board members are still at odds as was evident by split votes, 4 to 1, on New Year’s appointments.

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