Hometown Happenings: Parole Board Urged to Deny Parole for Judith Clark

Hometown Happenings: Parole Board Urged to Deny Parole for Judith Clark

By Supervisor George Hoehmann Like me, many of you remember the date October 20, 1981. It was a tragic day for Clarkstown, Rockland County, and our nation. The Brinks Robbery occurred at the Nanuet Mall in which members of the Black Liberation Army and Weather Underground stole $1.6 million dollars from a Brinks armored car, […]

Hometown Happenings: Rental Registry

Hometown Happenings: Rental Registry

By Supervisor George Hoehmann Since becoming Supervisor three years ago, one of my top priorities was to step up the enforcement of our Town Code, in order to protect our quality of life in Clarkstown. As part of that effort, we created the rental registry to ensure safe and legal apartments across Clarkstown. If you […]

WHAT’S HAPPENING: Mother’s Day

WHAT’S HAPPENING: Mother’s Day

By Supervisor George Hoehmann As Mother’s Day approaches, I think about all the moms in my life and what they mean to me. For many Mother’s Day can be a happy, joyous occasion and yet a difficult, hard day for others. I have many fond memories of my mom, who is sadly no longer with […]

Hometown Happenings 4/12/18

Hometown Happenings 4/12/18

 By Town of Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann Thomas Jefferson once stated that “The government closest to the people serves the people best.” That very thought perfectly captures what I observed over the past few months as the Town Board—in consultation with the residents of Clarkstown—discussed and debated a proposed local law related to adopting a […]

Remembering Bob Knight

Remembering Bob Knight

By Supervisor George Hoehmann Many of you may have heard about the passing of a good friend of mine and great Clarkstown resident, Robert Knight. Bob was Clarkstown’s Town Historian for the last 20 years and a member and chair of the Town’s former Historical Review Board for 30 years. We both shared a deep […]

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