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The County Executive’s Corner: Making Sure the New NY Bridge Works

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day I was encouraged to learn of a recent state initiated meeting between Acting Thruway Executive Director Robert Megna, Deputy Director of State Operations for Programs…

POTHOLES CAUSE ROCKLAND MAN TO LAMENT

To the editor, Once upon a time, in a land far away, the populace was told that the tax of gas would go to maintain the highways. As this is…

GROMACK WARNS OF PALISADES MALL HAZARD

To the Editor, As you know, the Town of Clarkstown has voiced its concerns regarding the railings and the safety of our residents and visitors at the Palisades Center Mall.  It…

Applying Newton’s First Law of Motion to Politics

BY DIANE DIMOND Bravo and Hooray! We the American people have officially identified what’s wrong with this country. For four straight months now, the Gallup organization’s poll question, “What do…

NEW YORK IS COMPASSIONATE

To the Editor, New York state, though not perfect, is the most compassionate state in the union.  Now I believe it is time for our state legislators to show compassion…

The County Executive’s Corner: Working To Stop The Medicaid Moochers

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Just last week, the County Legislature’s Budget and Finance Committee held a public discussion on the inherent shortcomings of Medicaid, which leave the federally-created, state-mandated…

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