County Executive’s Corner: “Preserving Benefits”

County Executive’s Corner: “Preserving Benefits”

By County Executive Ed Day Rockland County’s employees have once again gone above and beyond in the service of those most in need. Earlier this week we announced that most recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their full February benefits early, due to the ongoing federal government shutdown. This may not […]

County Executive’s Corner: “Staying on Track”

County Executive’s Corner: “Staying on Track”

By County Executive Ed Day As another year draws to a close, it is important that we all pause and reflect on the things we did well or not so well throughout the year. It is also important to thank those who may have helped you stay on the right track during the past 12 […]

County Executive’s Corner: “Coordination and Cooperation”

County Executive’s Corner: “Coordination and Cooperation”

By County Executive Ed Day We are in the midst of an outbreak of measles with multiple confirmed cases within Rockland County. The challenge of this situation demands swift, immediate and comprehensive action. I can happily report to you that we are meeting this challenge head on. We have taken steps never heard of before […]

County Executive’s Corner: Be The 1 To Save Someone’s Life

County Executive’s Corner: Be The 1 To Save Someone’s Life

By County Executive Ed Day In 2016 there were nearly 45,000 suicides in the United States, that is more than twice the number of homicides, making it the 10th leading cause of death according to the CDC. Suicide was the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34 and […]

County Executive’s Corner: “Back to School”

County Executive’s Corner: “Back to School”

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day County Executive’s Corner: “Back to School” The first lesson is obvious but it is one that bears repeating; drivers must stop behind a stopped school bus and wait until the bus’s red light is off before going. Always watch for children. Our local police departments do frequent spot checks […]