New York Foundling Announces Habilitation and Employment Services in Nanuet For Those With Disabilities

New York Foundling Announces Habilitation and Employment Services in Nanuet For Those With Disabilities

The New York Foundling held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 26 at its Nanuet office to celebrate the launch of its New Day Habilitation and Employment Services site for individuals with developmental disabilities. The New Day Habilitation ‘Without Walls’ program will work to create employment, volunteer, and recreational experiences for individuals with developmental disabilities […]

Judge Pulls Brakes on West Hook Settlement: Advocates Speak Out

Judge Pulls Brakes on West Hook Settlement: Advocates Speak Out

The Town of Clarkstown proposed a settlement with the property owner of 20 Old Stone Road, who is accused of illegally destroying an estimated 125 town trees, illegally adding a second floor story to his house, and performing other unpermitted work at or around his property. Judge Scott Ugell adjourned the hearing to take time […]

Clarkstown Community Shuts Down Board Meeting: Residents Refuse to Wear Masks

Clarkstown Community Shuts Down Board Meeting: Residents Refuse to Wear Masks

What would have been a discussion on how the Clarkstown Central school district planned to resume classes this fall was drowned by the shouting of nearly 170 residents, many who refused to wear masks inside the Clarkstown South High School auditorium. The district board decided not to hold its regularly scheduled meeting last Thursday.  “It’s […]

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