By: Supervisor Michael B. Specht We have lots of fun and enjoyable activities planned for residents of all ages in the Town of Ramapo this winter season. Our popular two-day winter mini-camp, for children in grades K – 5, will be open on Tuesday, February 19, and Wednesday, February 20, from 11:00 AM – 3:-00 […]
BY KATHY KAHN The “charettes”—a series of discussions between planners hired by the Town of Ramapo’s Planning Department and town residents – continued this week. The charette’s planners have a vision for the town that includes several hundred, perhaps several thousand— “affordable” senior living, multi-family condos, apartment buildings and town homes, as well as the […]
At 3:37 p.m. on May 28, the Ramapo Police Department responded to a serious motor vehicle accident on Phyllis Terrance in the Village of Kaser. Arriving officers discovered that a 15-month-old girl, Gitty Rosenberg, had been struck by a 2017 Toyota Sienna driven by her father, Levi Rosenberg. The child was transported to Good Samaritan […]
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.
Board meeting held day after election BY KATHY KAHN Sixteen years have passed since the Christopher St. Lawrence regime began in Ramapo. On Tuesday, election day, a new leader was finally chosen while the disgraced former supervisor is due to be sentenced later this month on federal corruption charges. That new supervisor is former deputy town […]
Robert Romanowski, Candidate for Superintendent of Highways, Town of Ramapo (Republican, Green, Reform) BIO After a number of years of observing the deteriorating conditions in the Town of Ramapo in quality of life issues such as zoning, over-development, over stressed infrastructure and litter he decided not to stand by and watch what was happening, but to […]