Organizers in East Ramapo handed out replicas of ballots in fast food stores and pizza shops to get the word out on who to vote for in this week’s school board election.
Dear Editor, This year, there were six candidates of color running for the East Ramapo school board. However, three candidates did not reach out to the public at all. The one thing we knew about Charles, Germain and Corado, was that their campaign was being backed by Kalman Weber’s South East Taxpayers Association, an anti-tax, […]
March 14, 2013 by Ed Day It may be a cliché, but it is a fact that our young are our greatest resource. Protecting them, improving their lot in life, and preparing them for the future is each of our responsibilities. This is why the situation our children are facing in the East Ramapo School District […]
Originally published in the Advocate New York State Education Commissioner John King has denied Carol Anderson’s request to oust the six board members who supported the sale of Colton School in Ramapo, including former members Morris Kohn and Aron Wieder, and current members Moses Friedman, Moshe Hopstein, Eliyahu Solomon and Yehuda Weissmandl. Board members noted […]
BY MICHAEL RICONDA Ramapo – In an attempt to seek outside help from state lawmakers, activists with the group The Power of Ten travelled to Albany to submit a petition requesting an oversight monitor to identify and resolve problems in the East Ramapo Central School District. The petition, which was posted on the Power of […]
BY LEGAL LARRY The recent chronicles of the East Ramapo School District are troubling to say the least. But perhaps the most troubling aspect of the East Ramapo School District’s actions involves the callous disregard of the law by the school district and their attorneys. Services the school district provided are cut to the bone […]