SKRILOFF, BASILE AND MONAGHAN TO RUN FOR STONY POINT TOWN BOARD

Stony Point GOP ticket announced at Monday’s convention: Rockland County Times editor-in-chief and associate publisher Dylan Skriloff is candidate for town supervisor, GOP strategist, lawyer and Forbes Magazine columnist Thomas Basile & longtime town resident/retired NYPD Lieutenant Jim Monaghan are town council candidates

The Stony Point GOP held their annual convention on Monday, announcing several candidates including three for the town board. The Rockland County Times’ own Dylan Skriloff is heading the ticket, taking on Democratic Supervisor Geoff Finn. Candidate Skriloff is a registered member of the Conservative Party and will also be seeking their nomination.

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Photo of Skriloff receiving 877 Civilian Award at Haverstraw Elks Law Enforcement Night

The 33-year-old Skriloff has been a journalist for over a decade, earning respect in Rockland for breaking news in local politics.

Thomas Basile and Jim Monaghan are running as council candidates. Basile, currently a published columnist with Forbes Magazine, has worked as a strategist and consultant in the Pataki and George W. Bush administrations and in recent years has also worked for the NY GOP. He is an attorney and runs his own growth strategist business in New York City, while raising a family in Stony Point.

Monaghan formerly commanded officers as a lieutenant in the New York City Police Department and is a well-known family man in Stony Point.

Thomas Basile
Thomas Basile