Hometown Happenings: Winter Wonderland and a Season of Giving

Hometown Happenings: Winter Wonderland and a Season of Giving

By Supervisor George Hoehmann The Town is preparing to open our second annual Winter Wonderland at the beautiful Congers Lake Memorial Park from December 13 to January 1. Families will be able to stroll through the walkway and look at all the beautiful Christmas, Hanukkah, and other holiday light displays while listening to festive music. […]

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Thankful and Grateful

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Thankful and Grateful

By Supervisor George Hoehmann The temperature is starting to drop and the leaves have fallen. It’s hard to believe the holiday season is upon us. Many of us are running around preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving this week. Thanksgiving gives us all the opportunity to reflect on what we are most thankful for and to enjoy […]

Statement from Rockland’s Five Town Supervisors Regarding Hi-Tor Animal Shelter

Statement from Rockland’s Five Town Supervisors Regarding Hi-Tor Animal Shelter

Today, the five Town Supervisors from Rockland County conducted a joint, unannounced visit to the Hi-Tor animal shelter in Pomona. Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann, Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht, Orangetown Supervisor Chris Day, Haverstraw Supervisor Howard T. Phillips Jr., and Stony Point Supervisor Jim Monaghan inspected the shelter to ensure the facility is adequately providing for […]

Hometown Happenings: The Plan to Save Mini Trans

Hometown Happenings: The Plan to Save Mini Trans

By Supervisor George Hoehmann As Clarkstown’s 2019 Tentative Budget was taking shape, we relied upon two guiding principles to lead our way. We wanted it to be Responsible and Realistic, which meant that we had to add a third “R” into the budget equation: Restructuring. One of the key areas that we looked in to was […]