Off the Hook: Town Permits Second Floor Addition to Old Stone Road Home

Off the Hook: Town Permits Second Floor Addition to Old Stone Road Home

In written statements to the Rockland County Times, the Town Building Inspector and Town Supervisor’s Office provided new updates regarding unapproved land developments at West Hook Mountain. Both offices confirmed that the previously unauthorized second floor addition to 20 Old Stone Road has now been issued a building permit.  “The Building Permit was issued,” said […]

Clarkstown Community Debates Eighth Grade Presentation at District Board Meeting

Clarkstown Community Debates Eighth Grade Presentation at District Board Meeting

A presentation intended to “raise racial awareness” among middle school age students has spiraled into a heated argument over when and how current racial tensions should be addressed in public schools. “No Place for Hate”, a series of presentations created to foster “inclusion” for marginalized communities, including non-binary people and people of color, ran into […]

Hoehmann Drops Out of NYS Senate Race, Will Stay in Clarkstown

Hoehmann Drops Out of NYS Senate Race, Will Stay in Clarkstown

From Rockland Report After originally accepting the parties nomination, Hoehmann spent the next week meeting with family, friends, and supporters. Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann announced on Tuesday that he has decided to take his name out the running for the New York State Senate’s 38th District. Hoehmann was seen as the Republicans best chance to […]

Hometown Happenings: The Dangers Surrounding E-Cigarettes

Hometown Happenings: The Dangers Surrounding E-Cigarettes

By Supervisor George Hoehmann Although the number of adult cigarette smokers continues to steadily decline, it may be too soon to celebrate this trend as a new epidemic is taking over in its place. E-cigarettes were first introduced to the public in 2003 and have been rapidly evolving and increasing in popularity ever since. There […]

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