Milton Town Supervisor Scott Ostrander took office on January 1, 2018. A lifelong resident of the Town of Milton, Scott graduated from Ballston Spa High School and attended Fulton Montgomery Community College where he obtained his Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. He entered the field of law enforcement shortly after graduating as a dispatcher at the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Department. After one year of service, Scott was then hired by the Ballston Spa Police Department where he spent the next 29 years as a patrolman.
Throughout his time at the Ballston Spa Police Department Scott served as PBA President. Throughout his career he built solid and trusting relationships with village residents all while protecting and serving the community. Scott retired from the Ballston Spa Police Department in June 2017. He has always had a high level of interest in politics and wanted to continue to serve the residents of the Town of Milton. In March 2017, Scott filled a vacancy as a Councilman for the Town Board where he served until being elected as Town of Milton Supervisor.
Scott prides himself on his integrity and believes strongly in making the Town of Milton thrive under his leadership. In his endorsement, Saratoga County Sheriff Zurlo said, “I’ve known Scott Ostrander for more than 25 years. Scott has always been a leader in law enforcement and has proven to be a leader on the Town Board. The people of Milton will be in good hands with Scott Ostrander as Supervisor. ”
Anna Stanko became the Town of Milton Republican Chair in 2016 after serving for many years as a member of the local committee. Born in Rensselaer Falls in St. Lawrence County, she graduated from Canton High School and earned her BS in Civil Engineering at Clarkson College of Technology in Potsdam.
Anna has been an employee of Saratoga County in its Real Property division for 30 years. She is on the Executive Board of the Women’s Republican Club of Saratoga County and is a past Board Member of the Gateway House of Peace. Besides politics, Anna enjoys helping her husband in his small business in Ballston Spa and spending time with their busy family of four children and two grandchildren.