Hometown Happenings: Recognizing Clarkstown’s Exemplary Police Department

Hometown Happenings: Recognizing Clarkstown’s Exemplary Police Department

By Supervisor George Hoehmann People of a certain age will remember the weight that having the “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” had for all kinds of services and products. It was the kind of currency that a business would spend ample time and resources acquiring, understanding that it meant something valuable to the consumer. We all […]

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Summer Concert Series

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Summer Concert Series

By Supervisor George Hoehmann “If music be the food of love, play on,” Orsino says in Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” It has been a long-standing tradition to keep Clarkstown’s music lovers well fed during the summer months, and this year is no different. I recall packing the kids into the car many summer evenings over at […]

Hometown Happenings: Clarkstown Has Lots to Offer this Summer

Hometown Happenings: Clarkstown Has Lots to Offer this Summer

By Supervisor George Hoehmann Summer is in full swing in Clarkstown. We pride ourselves in offering a wide variety of quality programs and events that are great for residents of all ages and family friendly. From concerts, to camps, to special events, pools, and more, we offer it all. First, let’s cover the ways we […]

Hometown Happenings: Stand up for what unites us

Hometown Happenings: Stand up for what unites us

By George Hoehmann Town of Clarkstown Supervisor This past weekend, the residents of Clarkstown proudly observed Memorial Day at various events throughout the Town.  It started on Friday with the Town’s annual Memorial Day tribute at the newly renovated Street Community Center. It was a very touching scene to observe elementary school children singing Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless […]

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 […]

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