Hometown Happenings: Clarkstown Residents Win!

Hometown Happenings: Clarkstown Residents Win!

BY SUPERVISOR GEORGE HOEHMANN One of the most overlooked services of the Town is maintenance of the sewer lines and sewer pump stations through our Department of Environmental Control. We all go about our day not really thinking about where our waste water goes. The fact is there are 19 sewer pump stations throughout Clarkstown […]

Hometown Happenings: Clarktown’s 2018 Budget, Holding the Line on Taxes

Hometown Happenings: Clarktown’s 2018 Budget, Holding the Line on Taxes

With George Hoehmann Supervisor, Town of Clarkstown As I look back of the last 21 months of my Administration, I am encouraged by the tremendous progress that has been made. For the first time in over thirty years we have cut property taxes – alleviating some of the pressure on our already overburdened residents and […]

Integrity in local government and proper supervision of the work force

Integrity in local government and proper supervision of the work force

  To the Editor, Recent allegations against a Clarkstown employee bring to light an array of concerns in local government operations. Beyond the allegations alleged on any one individual possibly conducting personal errands [gym, going home or to a relatives home]. This all being done while operating a marked town vehicle. I have to wonder if […]

Candidates Night Tonight in Congers

Candidates Night Tonight in Congers

BY ROBERT KNIGHT The Congers and Valley Cottage Civic Associations will hold their semi-annual “Candidates Night” tonight (Thursday, Sept. 14) at 7:30 p.m. at the Congers Veterans Memorial Association (VMA) building on Lake Road in downtown Congers, next door to the firehouse. All candidates running in Clarkstown for town and county offices have been invited to participate and most […]

Hundreds Attend Clarkstown 9-11 Ceremony

Hundreds Attend Clarkstown 9-11 Ceremony

BY ROBERT KNIGHT City Editor Hundreds of Clarkstown and Rockland County residents attended the annual 9-11 ceremony outside Town Hall Monday, many weaping as familiar names of deceased residents were read aloud, each followed by a mournful ringing of a memorial bell by a police department honor guard. A total of 82 names were read and […]

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Join Us in Remembering our Neighbors Lost on 9/11

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Join Us in Remembering our Neighbors Lost on 9/11

BY GEORGE HOEHMANN, Supervisor, Town of Clarkstown Every year since September 11, 2001, the Town of Clarkstown has held a remembrance ceremony at Town Hall. The ceremony gives us the opportunity to honor our friends, neighbors and loved ones who perished on September 11, 2001.  The more years that go by, the more important it is […]