Tropical Storm Irene dumped barrels of water on Dutchess, Rockland and Westchester counties, knocking out power, flooding roads and even causing injuries and one fatality.
The Rockland County board of legislators has passed a funeral privacy law that will prohibit demonstration activities within 750 feet of all funerals at all locations.
Scott Vanderhoef said the county has a perfect storm of financial issues.
According to credit rating agency Moody’s, school districts and municipalities in New York are already strained.
Legislator Ed Day is calling for a bipartisan investigation into what he calls a clear pattern of disturbing irregularities and he blames the county executive.
County executive Scott Vanderhoef’s is now calling on the governor to pull out his state checkbook to reimburse the county for the state-mandated services that Rockland has already paid for.
The family of a Rockland County man horribly burned in an arson attack is now asking state and federal law enforcement for help, publicly calling for a civil rights probe of the insular Skver Hasidic sect.
Illegal building conversions can be death traps if a fire breaks out in them.
“Well, I have, for all of my tenure, believe that Indian Point should not be there and should not be recertified,” says Rockland County Executive Scott Vanderhoef.
Rockland County is offering residents a new county dental network card program that will get them at least 30 percent off at certain practices.
The theme: to rebuild, renew, and reconnect with the citizens of Rockland.
Go ahead. Talk about how young State Senator-Elect David Carlucci is.