Rockland County, already in a struggle with its finances, has just been hit again, WCBS 880 Sean Adams reported.
New City homeowners Joe Bricks and Kirk Reilly were explaining the misery of living on generator power to WCBS 880 reporter Marla Diamond, when suddenly the power came back.
Rockland County residents know the road to cheap gas leads down south to New Jersey.
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.
As the price of gasoline continues to rise across the Tri-State, a Rockland County legislator is trying to introduce a bill to cap the county’s sales tax.
With gas prices well over $4 a gallon, Rockland County legislator Ed Day says there is no way they can compete with New Jersey. He is now pushing a bill to cap the county sales tax on gasoline at $2 a gallon.
Ed Day, who has two sons in the army, is pushing a bill that would set up buffers between those who want to protest military funerals and the families of the soldiers.