Ed’s Blog

I Resolve

I Resolve…

Many people this time of year are resolving to change things in their lives. Whether it be quitting smoking, eating healthier, exercising more, saving more money or even learning a new skill or language; these are all worthwhile goals. However, ...
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Staying on Track

Staying on Track

As another year draws to a close, it is important that we all pause and reflect on the things we did well or not so well throughout the year. It is also important to thank those who may have helped ...
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Key to the County - Katelyn Tuohy

Key to the County

Last week I had the honor to present the Key to the County Award to North Rockland High School student athlete Katelyn Tuohy. As you may know, the Key to the County is awarded to a person who makes a ...
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Vetoed

Vetoed

Here we go again. The amended budget passed by the Majority members of the Rockland County Legislature is a return to the days of speculative revenue, over-estimating sales tax revenue and a refusal to modernize county government. In short, a ...
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Together for the Holidays

Together for the Holidays

Earlier this week I joined dozens of residents, elected officials of both parties and members of the Rockland County Catholic Coalition and Chabad Of Rockland at the Allison-Parris County Office Building in New City in a show of unity as ...
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Metro-North Un-fare

Metro-North Un-fare

Metro-North (MNR) has once again refused my request to give our West of Hudson riders a ten-percent fare reduction. This is absolutely insulting to our commuters. After many phone calls, letters and meetings by myself and other local elected officials ...
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Giving Thanks and Giving Back

Giving Thanks and Giving Back

November is the month when Americans gather with family and friends, share a traditional Thanksgiving meal and express gratitude for the good things in life. It is also a time to reflect on our blessings and gain awareness about those ...
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A Fitting Tribute

A Fitting Tribute

Last weekend I was honored to speak at the dedication of the Rockland County Gulf War - War on Terror Monument. As County Executive, I often have the privilege of speaking at events around our beloved county but it is ...
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Comptroller Agrees

Comptroller Agrees

Earlier this week we received more good news in respect to the 2019 Proposed Budget. The New York State Comptroller's Office found that, "the significant revenue and expenditure projections in the proposed budget are reasonable." As one of the conditions ...
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Ending Intolerance

Ending Intolerance

Last week over 1,200 Rockland residents of every sex, race and creed came together in response to the horrific attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. We all had different reasons for attending that vigil. Some to reflect, ...
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