Tim Sanders Receives County Executive’s Outstanding Environmental Volunteer Award

Tim Sanders Receives County Executive’s Outstanding Environmental Volunteer Award

  By Joe Kuhn It was a beautiful day in Kennedy Dells County Park on Wednesday as local leaders and members of the Division of Environmental Resources gathered to present the annual County Executive’s Outstanding Environmental Award.  This year’s recipient was Tim Sanders, the Project Coordinator for the Division of Youth and Family Services at […]

HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS FIRST FLU VACCINE CLINIC FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, FROM 10 AM – 2 PM IN POMONA

HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS FIRST FLU VACCINE CLINIC FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, FROM 10 AM – 2 PM IN POMONA

COUNTY PRESS RELEASE  Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert announce that the Health Department has scheduled its first flu (influenza virus) vaccine clinic for the 2020-2021 flu season. This clinic is for everyone six months and older, and will be held on Friday, September 25, from 10 a.m. […]

MTA to Fine Mask-less Riders

MTA to Fine Mask-less Riders

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced that as of September 16th all customers who refuse to wear a mask on public transit will be subject to a $50 fine. The new measure follows Governor Cuomo’s executive order directing the MTA to develop a plan to bolster mask compliance across public transit. MTA officials reiterated that […]

Nana ‘Banna Condemns Cuomo CoVid Order

Nana ‘Banna Condemns Cuomo CoVid Order

By Kathy Kahn One New Yorker protesting Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s actions recently took this message across the southern coastline: THE GOV KILLED NANA. The Governor’s decision to send sick seniors to public nursing home—and his slam-dunk refusal to allow an investigation into the disproportionate number of deaths among the most vulnerable–prompted one grieving soul to […]

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