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WILTON — A teen was arrested after being accused of making a terrorist threat on Facebook, authorities said Saturday, June 8.

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Thursday, 16 May 2013 15:54

Wilton Meeting Gets Heated Over Mega-Building

WILTON — While the Wilton Planning Board chair did his best to keep residents calm and remind them the board’s hands were tied in the matter of approving the Gordon Development proposal for a three-story multi-use building on Route 9, the meeting got heated as residents and applicants began talking out of turn and interrupting one another at Wednesday night’s public hearing.

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WILTON — Planning Board members held off on making a State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR) decision for the Gordon Development mega building project planned for Route 9 across from the former Everglades Restaurant after several residents and a lawyer for Thomas Farone, who is building apartments across the road from the project, pointed out zoning changes appear to have been made by the town just to allow such a large project go through unencumbered.

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WILTON – In spite of pleas from residents to take more time to consider the proposed zoning changes, Wilton’s Town Board members voted to approve the majority of them – over 100 in all – wrapping up what has been a contentious three months since residents first learned of the proposed changes.  

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WILTON – For EMS crews responding to a medical emergency, every second is crucial to their patient’s well-being. Advances in cellular technology are now allowing ambulances to relay medical information to hospitals faster than ever before, which could make all the difference for a person whose life might be in jeopardy. 

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Tuesday, 22 January 2013 00:00

Residents Walk Out of Wilton Meeting

WILTON – Frustrated with Councilman Robert Pulsifer’s seemingly lack of respect and constant reminders from him that the meeting was only “a presentation,” residents who showed up for Wednesday night’s informational meeting on the proposed zoning changes in Wilton started walking out in droves, expressing anger that Pulsifer refused to listen to or consider their concerns.

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  • COURT Aric E. Lemon, 42, of Watervliet, pleaded Sept. 15 to felony DWI, in Saratoga Springs. Sentencing Jan. 12, 2022. Bonnie L. Wright, 47, of Poultney, VT, was sentenced Sept. 17 to 2 years prison and 1 year post-release supervision, after pleading to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third-degree in Wilton.  Kristopher M. Flores, 36, of Troy, was sentenced Sept. 17 to 5 years of probation, after pleading to felony grand larceny, and offering a false instrument for filing felony, in Wilton, and Clifton Park, respectively.  POLICE Kathryn Fasano, 47, of Schenectady, was charged Sept. 20 in…

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  • BALLSTON  BDC Cornerstone LLC sold property at 40 Anthony Pl to Elizabeth Miller for $331,736. BDC Cornerstone LLC sold property at 48 Anthony Pl to Kenneth Matarese for $342,469. 221 Old Firehouse LLC sold property at 221 Kingsley Rd to Arthur Shillito for $118,000. BDC Cornerstone LLC sold property at 44 Anthony Pl to VIncent Matarese for $322,376. Cromie Farm LLC sold property at 0 Rt 67 to Kathryn Boyce for $104,000. Barbera Homes Kelley Farms sold property at 21 Red Barn Dr to Raymond Deming for $451,276 JKM Builders LLC sold property at 82 Lancaster Ct to Colleen Franchini…
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