MILTON NY REAL ESTATE
Part of the east town line is marked by Saratoga Lake. The Kayaderosseras Creek marks the north town line. Exits 11, 12, and 13 of Interstate 87 (“The Adirondack Northway,” or simply “The Northway”) and US Route 9 pass through roughly the center of the town. New York State Route 9P is a short highway in the eastern part of the town. New York State Route 67 is a highway, partly conjoined with US-9, in the southern part of Malta.
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As of the census of 2010, there were 13005 people, 96.24% of whom were white. The median income for a household in the town was $57,037, per capita income for the town was $41,509. The city has a total area of 33.7 square miles.
During the first quarter of the 20th century mills were closing and/or moving for various reasons. Likewise, the electric railway, the “PP & J” or Push, Pull, and Jerk as it was called by the school children riding from the country to attend high school in the Village, had to close operations in 1928.
In this same time period auto and truck production was advancing and improved roads and highways were developing. Thus, we first began to see the transformation of early settlements to predominately residential areas with workers able to commute to employment, especially the industries of Schenectady where factory skills could be utilized. As we enter the 21st century, only the Cottrell Paper Company in Rock City Falls is a manufacturing enterprise operating at an early mill site.
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In 1948 major change happened in West Milton when the Site for the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program/Kesselring Site was established to test nuclear propulsion plants and train Navy personnel as operators of nuclear-powered vessels. While this necessitated the relocation of the farm families that had long been on those 1433 acres of Milton, the Site has been a major employer of local as well as out-of-town personnel. Changes throughout the world are leading to changes at the Site and the Town of Milton maintains an active and continuing concern regarding changes there.
Throughout the last part of the 1900’s residential development and small to moderate-size retail, professional, and service business has taken place in the eastern areas of the Town. Many residents now commute to employment throughout the Capital District, including State government agencies as well as educational institutions and businesses there. Saratoga County government offices and services are also a major employer of Milton residents. For more info about the Town of Milton click on the town button above.
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