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2003 Schedule
VisitScotia.com - May 3rd, 2003
Opening Day for Little League

Huge crowds were on hand for opening day of Scotia's Little League at Collins Park. Thank you to all the volunteers who have been busy making our park into a baseball paradise.


Newest Firehouse site Glen Ave. and South Ballston Ave.

The village is now in negotiations to purchase three lots on Glen Avenue so it can be used for the new firehouse.

WARNING! - New Traffic Pattern
New view leaving the Village

If you drive down Vley Road you may be surprised to see two new stop signs on the corner of Cuthbert Street.
What used to be a blinking yellow light is now a solid red and motorists are expected to come to a full stop.

New view coming into the village on Vley Rd.

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About VisitScotia.com

VisitScotia.com is your guide to information and photos available on the Internet for the Village of Scotia, NY. Our goal is to promote our town and provide a one stop online location that consolidates content into an easy to use format.

Village of Scotia, NY

While our Scotia may not be an international tourist destination our residents and shop owners take great pride in what Scotia has to offer.

Tree lined streets, award winning schools, playgrounds, fine dining and large parks make Scotia a wonderful place for a peaceful retirement or to raise a new family.

Created and maintained locally by BillP Studios this site is intended to be useful for residents as well as our visitors. Our online experts scour the Internet looking for web sites with useful and fun information on our village. When you come here you'll find sites about Scotia, New York and not Nova Scotia.
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