Ramapo Hamlet ‘Walk Through History’

Ramapo Hamlet ‘Walk Through History’

   The Historical Society of Rockland County invites Rocklanders to a Ramapo Hamlet “Walk Through History” on March 9. The tour leaves the Ramapo Saltbox Environmental Research Center (ERC) at 10 a.m. This is a two-mile walk over level paved surface; 1.5 to 2 hours, with an opportunity for an extended visit at the Saltbox after the walk. […]

Rockland County Program Provides Free Smoke Alarms to Eligible Residents

PRESS RELEASE County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef this week urged residents to make sure they have working smoke alarms installed at their residence, and announced that the Rockland County Department of Health’s Healthy Neighborhood Program can provide free smoke alarms to eligible residents. “In light of the recent increase in serious fire-related incidents in the […]

SPACE Seeks Interested Party Status for Proposed Biomass Waste-to-Energy Plant

Public Scoping Hearing on Proposed Biomass Waste-to-Energy Plant in Stony Point, NY – FEB 20 at 7 p.m. To the editor, The Stony Point Planning Board will begin its pubic scoping hearing on WED. FEB 20 at RHO Building on Clubhouse Lane for the proposed  Biomass Waste-to-Energy “Gasification” Plant. The plant would be located at Holt Drive Industrial Park in what is […]

County Officials Raise a Unified Voice in Albany

PRESS RELEASE ALBANY – Rockland County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef joined fellow county executives from across New York State in Albany this week for the New York State Association of Counties’ (NYSAC) Legislative Conference. “During a time when heated political divisiveness often makes headlines, the NYSAC conference is an opportunity for county leaders from diverse […]

RABBITT SEEKS TO REPEAL GUN CONTROL LAWS

Press Release Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt (R,I,C-Greenwood Lake) last week announced her online petition to repeal the gun control laws enacted through the NY S.A.F.E. Act. “The Executive Budget proposes $36 million to create the database of lawful gun owners in our state – like many of my constituents, I believe there are a lot of […]