Spring Valley sued for misuse of eminent domain; hit for $700K in damages

Spring Valley sued for misuse of eminent domain; hit for $700K in damages

By Joel Grossbarth The hits just keep on coming against the Village of Spring Valley. An appeals court in Brooklyn has ordered the Village of Spring Valley to pay a total of $702,505 based upon condemnation of property interests owned by Little Angel Day Care Center, Inc. When the Village decided to condemn the property […]

Rockland County Woman Recognized For Living Her Values Melissa Corniel Earns Con Edison’s Most Prestigious Award

Rockland County Woman Recognized For Living Her Values Melissa Corniel Earns Con Edison’s Most Prestigious Award

PRESS RELEASE – Melissa Corniel has earned Con Edison’s Living Our Values (LOV) award in recognition of her 15-year career of operational excellence and customer service at a ceremony yesterday. Each year, Con Edison selects employees who exemplify the values of service, teamwork and excellence, and demonstrate concerns for the quality of life in their […]

Rockland to Hold Narcan Training at County Legislative Chambers

Rockland to Hold Narcan Training at County Legislative Chambers

COUNTY PRESS RELEASE – Rockland County Executive Ed Day and Commissioner of Mental Health Michael Leitzes have announced that the county will hold a Narcan training session for the public at the Rockland County Legislative Chambers.   The free 1 hour training will be held at 9:30 am, Saturday, April 27 at the Rockland County Legislative Chambers located at 11 […]

Drain Gain: New City Celebrates a Much Anticipated Ground Breaking Ceremony

Drain Gain: New City Celebrates a Much Anticipated Ground Breaking Ceremony

By Joe Kuhn Construction has finally began on the Cranford Drive Drainage Project, a massive excavation effort that will provide much needed relief to Rockland citizens living in the notorious flood zone. Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann and Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul were joined by residents of Cranford Street last Thursday for an official ground-breaking ceremony […]

Addressing longtime flooding on Cranford Drive, New City

Addressing longtime flooding on Cranford Drive, New City

By Supervisor George Hoehmann After 30 years of talking about and planning for the Cranford Drive drainage project in New City, we finally broke ground on this momentous project. The project will alleviate flooding incidents that have plagued the area for years. The root of the problem was an error in the flood insurance mapping […]

Stony Point Approves Letchworth Village “Overlay District” – Patriot Hills LLC will meet with public at Clubhouse on April 17

Stony Point Approves Letchworth Village “Overlay District” – Patriot Hills LLC will meet with public at Clubhouse on April 17

Story and photo by Kathy Kahn The Town Board of Stony Point approved a proposed “overlay incentive district” intended to make it possible to profitably market the 25-acres surrounding the Town of Stony Point’s golf course on Tuesday, April 9. The move appeared to have general approval from dozens of residents gathered at the meeting […]

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