County Executive’s Corner: “Stay on Budget”

County Executive’s Corner: “Stay on Budget”

By County Executive Ed Day As Autumn approaches we all begin to think of certain things, children returning to school, leaves changing colors on trees, football season or seeing the Yankees make a push into the playoffs. For those of us in government the end of summer means something else; budget season is upon us. […]

GOVERNOR CUOMO: RIPPING DOWN ALL OF OUR TZ SIGNS IS A MULTI-MILLION-DOLLAR RIPOFF OF ALL NY TAXPAYERS—PLEASE CEASE AND DESIST!

GOVERNOR CUOMO: RIPPING DOWN ALL OF OUR TZ SIGNS IS A MULTI-MILLION-DOLLAR RIPOFF OF ALL NY TAXPAYERS—PLEASE CEASE AND DESIST!

Ever since 1777, when New Yorkers elected Brigadier General George Clinton as the first governor of New York State, it’s hard to find a governor who could match the record established by Andrew Cuomo in ripping down thousands of signs, either because the federal government ruled them illegal, as in the case of the “I […]

CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Stony Point supervisor says Skoufis attacks on Basile are “deliberately misleading & inaccurate”

CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Stony Point supervisor says Skoufis attacks on Basile are “deliberately misleading & inaccurate”

By Jim Monaghan, Supervisor, Town of Stony Point It’s election time and that means political mailers are starting to arrive at our homes on a regular basis.  A candidate’s record is fair game. We all should be judged honestly on our results for the people we serve. That’s why it was incredibly disappointing to see […]

A Come-to-Jesus Moment for the U.S. Catholic Church

A Come-to-Jesus Moment for the U.S. Catholic Church

BY DIANE DIMOND Pope Francis has called for silence and prayer from those who criticize the Catholic Church’s attempts to root out and punish priests who are committing sexual abuse. But it is clear the time for silence has long passed. Priests who prey on children are criminals, not souls to be saved for the […]

County Executive’s Corner: “One Game at a Time”

County Executive’s Corner: “One Game at a Time”

By County Executive Ed Day  I remember watching the Yankees play the Pirates in the 1960 World Series when I was growing up in Brooklyn. By all rights, the Yankees should have won that series. They outscored the Pirates 55-27 in the Series, out hit them 91-60, even got two complete-game shutouts from Whitey Ford […]

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