HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Preserving History for Future Generations

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Preserving History for Future Generations

BY SUPERVISOR GEORGE HOEHMANN Clarkstown is fortunate to have one of the oldest sand stone houses in the region located in West Nyack. The Tallman-Budke house is the most significant architectural artifact in the area and was first constructed nearly 300 years ago. The Vanderbilt-Budke-Traphagen house represents a colonial revival style dwelling. My family and […]

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Join Us in Remembering our Neighbors Lost on 9/11

HOMETOWN HAPPENINGS: Join Us in Remembering our Neighbors Lost on 9/11

BY GEORGE HOEHMANN, Supervisor, Town of Clarkstown Every year since September 11, 2001, the Town of Clarkstown has held a remembrance ceremony at Town Hall. The ceremony gives us the opportunity to honor our friends, neighbors and loved ones who perished on September 11, 2001.  The more years that go by, the more important it is […]

Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation to Help Clarkstown Taxpayers

Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation to Help Clarkstown Taxpayers

Supervisor Hoehmann, Town Board Adopt at Special Meeting PRESS RELEASE – Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann, Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski and Senator David Carlucci announced that the Governor has signed bill, S6430/A7513, into law. The bill limits the shift between classes of taxable property in the Town of Clarkstown. Every year the town adopts adjusted base proportions, and every […]

COMMUNITY VIEW: Our Respected Civil Servants are Throwing Sand While East Ramapo’s Political Machine Laughs – Divide and Conquer

COMMUNITY VIEW: Our Respected Civil Servants are Throwing Sand While East Ramapo’s Political Machine Laughs – Divide and Conquer

  BY JULIE D. GLOBUS This is the first time I am commenting on Chief Michael Sullivan and his current war with Supervisor Hoehmann. I don’t care much about the intricacies of that war. I find the entire battle expensive, poorly planned, excruciatingly childish, misdirected and damaging for Clarkstown and Rockland. There are important issues […]

Legislature inSAINity

Legislature inSAINity

BY GEORGE HOEHMANN, SUPERVISOR, TOWN OF CLARKSTOWN Many Clarkstown residents have come to me about the sale of the Rockland County Sain Building at 18 New Hempstead Road in New City. The building is owned by the County of Rockland and has fallen into disrepair. Under the leadership of our County Executive, Ed Day, County […]

Carry The Load Stops in Congers

Carry The Load Stops in Congers

BY DYLAN BESTLER CONGERS– The “Carry The Load” relay march stopped at Congers Station Park Monday evening to honor our veterans and celebrate the true meaning of Memorial Day. Hundreds of Rockland residents were in attendance to support our county, our country and our nation’s heroes. Carry The Load’s purpose is to help Americans understand […]