Rockland County Week in Review (June 29 – July 3, 2020)
The week before the 4th of July weekend was certainly an eventful one in Rockland County. From the Clarkstown COVID-19 Party Cluster and the alleged party host response, to Sheriff Lou Falco under fire for sharing controversial posts on his personal Facebook page that have lead to calls for his resignation. Across the county we faced strong storms with Hail in New City and Nanuet, we were sent a video of a Clarkstown Police Department officer directing traffic in the pouring rain. Also included, we had a NJ police chase suspect arrested in Ramapo, failed Village of South Nyack meeting regarding sale of Nyack College, Fireworks at Bowline, and a Shed Fire in Haverstaw.
We also had some positive news, Rockland native and national political star Mondaire Jones was on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
Link to stories –
1. County Exec Ed Day on CNN
2. Alleged Clarkstown COVID-19 Cluster Party Host Breaks Silence, Denies Party Claims
3. Rockland County Sheriff Lou Falco Under Fire Over Controversial Facebook Posts – News12
4. New Jersey State Police Pursuit Suspect Arrested in Ramapo (NY)
6. Mondaire Jones on MSNBC’S “Morning Joe”
7. Village of South Nyack Meeting RE: Sale of Nyack College
8. Clarkstown Police Department Officers Directing Traffic in Rain Storm
Sunset at Haverstraw Marsh by Rockland Photographer Owey Cramsie Jr.
Sunset at Haverstraw Marsh
by Rockland Photographer Owey Cramsie Jr. (9/3/2021)
Photo of a Mallard Duck Landing in the Pond at Haverstraw Bay Park
Amazing photo of a mallard duck landing in the pond at Haverstraw Bay Park.
Photo by Rockland Photographer Owey Cramsie Jr.