BY KATELYN CORDERO Suffern– Dakota the Poodle trotted through the mulch with her puffy pink tail wagging back and forth taking in her surroundings at the grand opening of the Ramapo Dog Park this Sunday. The park has been built in place of the old blue house where the Rampo Department of Parks and Recreation […]
To the Editor, Last Thursday night, March 15, 2018, I attended a meeting of the Town of Ramapo Zoning Board of Appeals. The second item was a developer who wanted to put a larger multifamily house on a cul de sac that consists of single family homes. Some of the neighbors on the street supported the developer because the […]
Community View A letter to Senator Carluci, Assemblyman Zembrowski & Assemblywoman Jaffee from Monsey resident Asher Kaufman Fourteen years ago the Town of Ramapo produced a Comprehensive Plan and the only mention of Seniors living in single family homes is to say they “no longer need or want the responsibilities associated with maintenance of a […]
Danielle Modica, James Hogan and Michael Milovich were sworn in as police officers in the Town of Ramapo last week. The three new officers of the law are currently attending training at the Rockland County Police Academy.
To the Editor, On December 21, 2017 I attended a meeting of the Town of Ramapo Zoning Board of Appeals where I witnessed an extremely acrimonious dispute between long-time residents of the Fred Eller Lane, Monsey, NY community area and the attorney for a developer seeking to put multi-family housing into their neighborhood. Many of […]
Former Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence’s sentencing hearing on corruption related charges was delayed indefinitely on Nov. 27. U.S. Judge Cathy Seibel said she will look further at financial losses by investors who bought the town’s bonds before deciding his sentence. The judge said though St. Lawrence clearly committed fraud leading investors to face increased […]