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Time to end corruption in Albany: vote for Rich Cocchiara in November

To the Editor, The election this November for New York State office holders is one of the most critical elections in history. Numerous corruption scandals plague both Governor Andrew Cuomo…

Contempt of Congress … And They Earned It

BY DIANE DIMOND Labor Day is in the rearview mirror, and the summer season has been officially declared as over, even though the calendar says autumn is still weeks away.…

ED DAY SAYS PROTECTING BREGA IS AGENDA LETTER TO BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE, STATEMENT ABOUT PROPOSED POSITION ABOLISHMENTS

Letter from Ed Day to Legislature Budget and Finance Committee: As part of a carefully considered review of county departments and operations, my administration has already cut nearly $3 million…

TRANSPORTATION OPINION: THEY NEVER LEARN FROM THEIR MISTAKES

To the Editor, Brega Transport started their TOR contract with the County of Rockland in November 2013 with a fully operational fleet of 62 buses. I have insisted all along…

POTANOVIC UNHAPPY WITH LEVEL OF PUBLICITY FOR TOWN HEARINGS ON ZONING

To the Editor, On Tuesday, September 9 the Stony Point Town Board held two meetings. At 6 p.m. there was a special “workshop” meeting held by the town’s planner, Tuner…

Ramapo’s ward vote: Why it matters

OP-ED BY MICHAEL RICONDA Last month, the Town of Ramapo agreed to allow a vote on a ward system, a potentially major change which could swing the balance of power…

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