Hometown Happenings: Recognizing Businesses who Share Pride in Clarkstown

Hometown Happenings: Recognizing Businesses who Share Pride in Clarkstown

By Supervisor George Hoehmann For the past 13 years, the Town has been awarding local businesses with the “Pride of Clarkstown” Award. The awards have been given to those businesses that have invested in beautifying their commercial properties throughout Clarkstown. The Pride of Clarkstown initiative is a program designed to recognize business owners of all […]

Unsung Hero: Darryl Draper, Clarkstown Auxiliary Police Captain Volunteer

Unsung Hero: Darryl Draper, Clarkstown Auxiliary Police Captain Volunteer

By Barry Warner Clarkstown Auxiliary police officers are community-concerned men and women from diverse backgrounds and occupations who volunteer to assist the police department by performing uniformed foot and vehicle patrols. They’re trained to provide the ‘eyes and ears’ of the police department by observing and reporting conditions requiring the services of regular police. “The […]

Supervisor Hoehmann’s Weekly Column: Dr. King’s Enduring Legacy

Supervisor Hoehmann’s Weekly Column: Dr. King’s Enduring Legacy

BY GEORGE HOEHMANN Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a lion of a person and had an outsized impact upon our nation and world. As a result of his inspiring leadership, substantial change occurred. His work endures today, but was codified in 1964 with the passage of the Civil Rights Act, which made it illegal […]

Hometown Happenings 1/10/19

Hometown Happenings 1/10/19

This week the Town Board held its reorganization meeting, but this year it was a reaffirmation meeting. For me, it was to reaffirm my commitment to administering a Town government that represents all of the people of Clarkstown honestly and responsibly. Looking back upon this past year, I am happy to report that we have […]

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