Legislators Initiate Committee Review of Animal Control in Rockland County

In the wake of growing controversy over the unsustainable financial situation at Hi-Tor Animal Shelter in Pomona, Rockland Legislators Ed Day and Alden H. Wolfe have initiated a discussion item requesting a committee review of the matter of animal control and care in Rockland County. “Government has a responsibility to ensure that there is an […]

O’town Seeks Free Land at Old State Hospital

Town Officials Negotiating with State over Former RCPC BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES Orangetown is moving aggressively ahead with the planned purchase of another 100 acres of land at the mostly shuttered Rockland Psychiatric Center campus in Orangeburg, even before it has decided what to do with 348 acres of similar land […]

RAHM STEPS UP TO THE PLATE

RAHM STEPS UP TO THE PLATE

Chicago Mayor Emanuel pursuing aggressive strategy to fix a broken public school system BY STEVE GUNN Editorial submission from Education Action Group CHICAGO – The problem for students in Chicago Public Schools was summed up by the first line of a recent newspaper article: “Chicago Public Schools officials said they had no choice but to […]

Odd Couple

CORRECTION FROM EARLIER VERSION– Gingrich has not qualified The Virginia State Republican Party has indicated that of the seven candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are the only two GOPers to qualify for their March 6 GOP primary ballot. Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry came up just short in their bids while Michelle Bachmann, Rick […]

ORTUTAY PLEADS GUILTY

ORTUTAY PLEADS GUILTY

Debra Ortutay, chair of the Rockland County Independence Party, has pled guilty to charges of forgery and perjury pertaining to ballots filled out when her son-in-law Frank Sparaco Jr., ran for Assembly against Kenneth Zebrowski. Sparaco was seeking to gain access to the Independence Party line and amazingly, Ortutay has pled guilty to forging signatures […]

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