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County grapples with unwieldy audit firm

Hospital audit marred by delayed payments BY MICHAEL RICONDA NEW CITY – An upcoming fiscal report on the Summit Park Hospital could be delayed due to disagreements between the firm…

The County Executive’s Corner: Volunteers Keep Us Safe

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Beneath the blazing summer sun, police officers and volunteer firefighters from across Rockland County converged on Orangetown last week in response to an “accident”…

Clarkstown Republicans up in arms over credit downgrade

Hoehmann, Borelli blame Gromack BY MICHAEL RICONDA NEW CITY – Clarkstown Republican leaders are not happy with Standard and Poor’s recent decision to downgrade the town’s credit rating and are…

Ward System Vote Count to Take Place on Wednesday, July 29, 2015

On June 24, 2015 a State Appeals Court Panel ordered the Town of Ramapo to count the ballots cast in its Ward System Vote, which took place on September 30,…

The County Executive’s Corner: Crafting A Responsible Budget

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day I’m pleased to report more good news this week regarding our ongoing efforts to restore fiscal health to Rockland County government.  Recognizing that my…

Day refuses to sign Legislative bills on drones, supposedly toxic toys

BY MICHAEL RICONDA NEW CITY – Two laws passed by the County Legislature to regulate drone use and the sale of “toxic toys” last Tuesday have been rejected by County…

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