Supervisor Geoff Finn Presides over his First Board Meeting

Supervisor Geoff Finn Presides over his First Board Meeting

Finn tells RCT that the board will listen to public’s concerns before deciding to allow a Quick Chek gas station to move into town BY LAUREN KATE ROSENBLUM The Stony Point board meeting on Tuesday was the first meeting for the Supervisor Geoffrey Finn, as well as a newly board-appointed member who has replaced the […]

STATE ANNOUNCES $30 MILLION FOR RENEWABLES

NYSERDA Press Release The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and the state Public Service Commission (PSC) have awarded $30 million to help fund large-scale solar power projects that will assist facilities in New York City and the lower Hudson Valley generate electricity for their own use. The $30 million represents the […]

Legislature Welcomes Four New Members

BY EVAN WECHMAN The 2012 Rockland County Legislature convened Wednesday, January 4 for the annual Organizational Meeting with four new members to be sworn in. All legislators were given time to speak to the public and most reiterated a common theme, calling for collaboration and bipartisanship in 2012, rather than divisiveness. Legislators also have vowed […]

IN HIS OWN WORDS: Sparaco’s Lawyer gets No Show Job in Clarkstown

Breaking news story reported first in the Rockland County Times on January 5, 2012 BY DYLAN SKRILOFF The same position that only two years ago County Legislator and Minority Leader Frank Sparaco referred to in a series of Rockland County Times articles as being a no-show job paid off as political patronage to former Chair […]

CUOMO’S CASE

Governor Cuomo Outlines Agenda for 2012 in second State of the State Address Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Wednesday delivered his 2012 State of the State Address in which he outlined his agenda. The governor announced a new economic development plan that invests billions of dollars in public-private sector partnerships and rebuilding infrastructure which he […]

Holy Chanukah Parade!!!

A glimpse into the libertarian world of car-train parades COLUMN BY TONI SOWA Wednesday, December 21, between the hours of 6 and 7 p.m., approximately 70 motor vehicles, adorned with 2 foot menorahs, and loud speakers blaring “Happy Chanukah” began a caravan route from Route 306, Monsey, down New Hempstead Road into New City, travelled […]