OMBUDSMAN ALERT: AUTO HEADLIGHTS MUST LEAVE THE DARK AGES: PART II

OMBUDSMAN ALERT: AUTO HEADLIGHTS MUST LEAVE THE DARK AGES: PART II

BY DR. LOUIS ALPERT Ombudsman More than two years ago, on June 23, 2017, OMBUDSMAN ALERT published PART I of this article on auto headlights, establishing the claim of safety experts that “poor illumination is responsible for the increasing number of highway deaths especially among pedestrians.” That article further stated that “In Europe as well […]

Clarkstown Has Lots to Offer this Summer

Clarkstown Has Lots to Offer this Summer

BY 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 can […]

VILLAGE OF HAVERSTRAW DEALS NOISE AND BUILDING ISSUES

VILLAGE OF HAVERSTRAW DEALS NOISE AND BUILDING ISSUES

By: Keith S. Shikowitz The Village of Haverstraw July 2019 meeting opened the first of two public participation sessions. Writer Joan Chevalier of Clove Avenue in the village was first up, speaking for her neighbors in their building, presenting a problem with noise from the school bus lot adjacent to the building. “We have people […]

RCC to Host Seventh Annual Anthony Amoros Car Show

RCC to Host Seventh Annual Anthony Amoros Car Show

Proceeds from July 27 event will benefit Amoros Scholarship Fund at RCC   Rockland County, NY – Car owners who take pride in showing off their vehicles – classic, antique, late model, any style – are invited to participate in the seventh annual Anthony Amoros Car Show, set for Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 11 am to 4 […]