Hometown Happenings: Walk Back in Time at Rockland Lake

Hometown Happenings: Walk Back in Time at Rockland Lake

By Supervisor George Hoehmann This Saturday, I am hosting the annual Supervisor’s Walk at Rockland Lake. Last year, the Town of Clarkstown celebrated their 225th anniversary. As part of the celebratory events, I coordinated a historical walking tour of Rockland Lake, in which over 60 residents attended. Being that it was so popular last year, […]

Clarkstown Code Enforcement Officer Brian Wagner Suspended

Clarkstown Code Enforcement Officer Brian Wagner Suspended

Last week News12 showed footage of Town of Clarkstown code enforcer and CSEA union head Brian Wagner doing personal errands on the job. Wagner has been suspended pending a review of his alleged milking of the clock. Supervisor George Hoehmann said he will continue to seek out loafing employees. “The Town of Clarkstown has great […]

TIMELINES 9/21/17

TIMELINES 9/21/17

Juggalos Descend on D.C. to Fight FBI Gang Distinction Followers of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse — known as Juggalos — held a march Saturday on the National Mall, alleging discrimination after the FBI labeled the group a gang in a 2011 report. According to band members, some fans have lost their jobs, custody of their […]

Dispute erupts between Rose Memorial Library and Town of Stony Point

Dispute erupts between Rose Memorial Library and Town of Stony Point

BY DYLAN SKRILOFF STONY POINT- Rose Memorial Library Board President Jennifer Lima has been promoting a ballot referendum seeking $717K in funding for a new library. The status of that referendum is now up in doubt. On September 14, the Stony Point Town Clerk’s Office informed the Library Board that paperwork they filed on August […]

Integrity in local government and proper supervision of the work force

Integrity in local government and proper supervision of the work force

  To the Editor, Recent allegations against a Clarkstown employee bring to light an array of concerns in local government operations. Beyond the allegations alleged on any one individual possibly conducting personal errands [gym, going home or to a relatives home]. This all being done while operating a marked town vehicle. I have to wonder if […]

DON’T MISS THIS YEAR’S COPTIC FESTIVAL: Egyptian Christians celebrate their faith, raise funds for a new church

DON’T MISS THIS YEAR’S COPTIC FESTIVAL: Egyptian Christians celebrate their faith, raise funds for a new church

Free Family movie night Saturday, September 23  The local Coptic Church of Virgin Mary & St. Pachomius is holding their annual Egyptian Festival at 3 Swim Club Rd in Stony Point. The festival started last weekend, September 16 & 17 and continues through this weekend, September 23 & 24. Church leaders said they hope to raise awareness of their […]