Town of Ramapo, New York
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Five Town Supervisors’ Coalition to Combat Hatred and Promote Unity in Rockland County

For Immediate Release: January 7, 2020

Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann, Haverstraw Supervisor Howard Phillips, Orangetown Supervisor Teresa Kenny, Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht and Stony Point Supervisor Jim Monaghan will be commencing a Five Town Supervisors’ Coalition to stamp out hate and promote unity in Rockland County.

On January 23rd the Coalition will host their inaugural meeting at 1:00 pm which will be open to the public at the Crowne Plaza at 3 Executive Blvd. in Suffern, NY 10901. The five town Supervisors will address attendees with their ideas for restoring the calm in Rockland County. Participants will also be invited to give their input, voice their concerns and ideas. In attendance will also be the Police Chiefs of the five Town Police Departments.

The five Supervisors stated “We stand together and declare in one united voice that hatred has no place in our county and country. We are proud to join together as fellow Town Supervisors in bringing unity and understanding to our community.”

If you would like more information please call:

Clarkstown Town Hall 845-369-2000

Haverstraw Town Hall 845-429-2200

Ramapo Town Hall 845.357-5100 ext. 234

Orangetown Town Hall – 845-359-5900

Stony Point Town Hall – 845-786-2716

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