Orangetown Seeks Public Input on Cycling Policy

Orangetown Seeks Public Input on Cycling Policy

BY ROBERT KNIGHT City Editor Due to increasing use of public lands for both bicycles and motorized sports vehicles and the imminent opening of the bike path on the New Tappan Zee, the Town of Orangetown has decided to try and gauge residents opinions about biking on local streets and parks. With many residents attempting […]

Rockland’s Revolutionary War loyalists to be featured Satruday at the DePew House

Rockland’s Revolutionary War loyalists to be featured Satruday at the DePew House

Those who stayed loyal to British crown examined BY ROBERT KNIGHT City Editor  An exhibition, possibly the first ever held in Rockland County, will spotlight loyalists residing here during the revolutionary War who supported continued linkage with Great Britain rather than separation from Mother England and the formation of a new and independent United States […]

THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF ROCKLAND COUNTY

THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF ROCKLAND COUNTY

26 No. DeBaun Ave. unit104 Suffern, NY 10901       Our Annual Candidates’ Forum will be held on Sunday, October 29th from 2 to 4:30 pm at the JCC Rockland, 450 West Nyack Rd. West Nyack. The candidates are: County Executive: Maureen Porette, Edwin Day & Thomas Sullivan Town of Clarkstown Supervisor: Michael R. Sullivan […]

COMMUNITY VIEW: Preserving Orangetown

COMMUNITY VIEW: Preserving Orangetown

BY THOM KLEINER Candidate, Orangetown supervisor Over the past several months I have met hundreds of Orangetown residents at their doors as I have campaigned for Supervisor. Everyone wants an affordable town, safe neighborhoods and clean air. But one issue dominates all others, regardless of age, party, or ideology: the fervent desire to preserve the character and integrity of […]

KLEINER REMEMBERS ELIOT TOZER

KLEINER REMEMBERS ELIOT TOZER

To the Editor, Eliot Tozer, longtime resident of Tappan,  died last week at the age of 95.  As Deputy Supervisor of Orangetown from 1996-2009, he chaired the Orangetown Labor-Management Committee, designed to resolve disputes between town employees and management. More than anyone else involved in that committee over the years,  Eliot  enjoyed the full respect […]

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