PENSION PLUS PAY = Big bucks for Sullivan if elected supervisor

PENSION PLUS PAY = Big bucks for Sullivan if elected supervisor

BY JOEL GROSSBARTH Last week, Michael Sullivan, the suspended Clarkstown Police Chief, announced his candidacy for supervisor of the Town of Clarkstown. If elected to the position by voters in November, Chief Sullivan stands to score a huge payday. Chief Sullivan currently earns a salary of $278,161 per year, which he still receives while the […]

Continuations and Explanations from Town Board

BY MARIA MIRAKAJ BROWNSELL At the last Clarkstown Town Board Meeting on June 4th, a public hearing was deemed to continue on July 2nd due to some discrepancies. Steven Levine of Congers questioned “A local law amending chapter 290-3 (definitions) of the town code of the Town of Clarkstown.” He was concerned about some definitions […]

LYNCH AND GROMACK HEAD TO WAR; FINN DRAGGED IN THE MIDDLE

LYNCH AND GROMACK HEAD TO WAR; FINN DRAGGED IN THE MIDDLE

BY DYLAN SKRILOFF Things are getting interesting in Clarkstown and Stony Point too. On Tuesday, three taxpayer advocates from Clarkstown–blogger Michael N. Hull, Thomas G. Nimick, and failed 2011 GOP supervisor candidate Ralph Sabatini–served the Town of Clarkstown, the town board and Supervisor Alex Gromack with a lawsuit asking for return of taxpayer monies allegedly […]

Chris Smith Running to Eliminate his Own Office

BY DYLAN SKRILOFF Orangetown Democrat Chris Smith believes one way to shrink government costs is to eliminate your own position. Smith is running for the office of Orangetown receiver of taxes on the plan that he’s the man to help eliminate the position. He is supporting a referendum that residents and town board members are […]