South Nyack Voters Resoundingly Approve Village Dissolution

South Nyack Voters Resoundingly Approve Village Dissolution

By Kathy Kahn and Jennifer Korn   The Nor’easter that hit Rockland Wednesday evening did not deter South Nyack residents from getting to the polls on Thursday, Dec. 17. In the hope of retaining the village’s distinction as a quaint “rivertown” community, residents overwhelmingly voted “yes” to dissolve the mini-municipality by a margin of 508-292.  […]

Stony Point Tweaks Zoning Laws

Stony Point Tweaks Zoning Laws

By Kathy Kahn Stony Point’s Town Board is learning just how powerful a virtual presence can be. Nearly 400 residents joined its Tuesday, Dec 8 meeting either via Zoom or by calling in, prompting Supervisor Jim Monaghan to welcome the increased capacity at what has typically been low attendance at the Board’s in-person meetings at […]

Poll Indicates Rockland Residents in Favor of Selling the Sain Building

Poll Indicates Rockland Residents in Favor of Selling the Sain Building

Poll Indicates Rockland Residents in Favor of Selling the Sain Building By: Jennifer Korn The readers of the Rockland County Times are calling for the sale of the Sain Building. After two weeks, 86 percent of our poll participants voted that the county government should sell the property, while 10 percent voted against any potential […]

South Nyack Dissolution Impact Report Released

South Nyack Dissolution Impact Report Released

By: Jennifer Korn On Tuesday, Nov. 24, CGR (Center for Governmental Research) presented its report on the potential impacts of a village dissolution at the South Nyack Board of Trustees meeting. The report was prepared by Paul Bishop, Principal, and David Riley, Senior Associate of CGR. The significant impacts of dissolution include the elimination of […]

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