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Phillips: Towns could sue over charge backs

Reaction to suggested passage of over $1 million dollars in college charge back costs from the county to the towns has riled up town supervisors. In the long-run, it might…

Cuomo Cartoon by Ed Chorba

Basile Lays Out Plan to Fight Political Corruption

BY TOM BASILE Last week’s arrest of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver highlights the need for real political courage at a time when more than 80 percent of New Yorkers believe…

The County Executive’s Corner: Collecting A Debt

 By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Thirteen months ago, I took office as your county executive knowing the challenges I inherited were stubborn and steep. Rockland County was broke and broken.…

Members of Congress Recognize 70th Anniversary of Liberation of Auschwitz with Bipartisan Resolution

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch (FL-21) announced the introduction of a bipartisan congressional resolution with Reps. Chris Smith (NJ-04), Eliot Engel (NY-16), Nita Lowey (NY-17), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-27),…

Ramapo activists seek dismissal of town’s appeal

Parietti and Romanowski seek to preserve ward vote invalidation BY MICHAEL RICONDA RAMAPO – Activists in the Town of Ramapo have launched another legal push toward their goal of authorizing…

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