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Clarkstown Town Board Meeting

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Clarkstown Town Board meetings begin at 8 p.m. in the first floor auditorium of Town Hall at 10 Maple Avenue, New City.

January 3rd is the annual reorganization meeting. 

Neill January 03, 2012 at 01:04 PM
While all of these comments are great one needs to see something more than words. When are all of you going to coalesce around a candidate that is completely independent and who can effectively challenge the incumbents. Who is the person in this community who is going to run for Supervisor next time around and who will begin to articulate a set of options that the public can be informed about over the next 2 years? You need to begin by removing the Head of the Republican Party who can't seem to understand that he is supposed to suupport his party's candidate. Until you sort out the rot in the ranks you are not going to sort out any perceived rot at the top.
Mike Hirsch January 03, 2012 at 01:22 PM
On the money with that one Neill. Check out our website www.clarkstowntaxpayers.com We've got over 1200 members but could use alot more.
VinnyfromCongers January 03, 2012 at 03:25 PM
Stop with the 81 days off already. You presume the employee is sick for 24 days and someone in his or her family dies each year. And how dare they have 12 national holidays every year! You would be better off focusing on state mandates and state arbitration and pension rules.
Mike Hirsch January 03, 2012 at 06:55 PM
We should focus on all of it, but the fact that the PBA has the politicians in their pocket makes it a pretty tough row to hoe. If they don't use their sick days, they cash them in at a cost of close to 3 million dollars per year to the town's taxpayers.
stephany January 06, 2012 at 09:15 PM
They work 4 days a week at 10 hrs a day. When they get paid for days off for whatever reason is it 10 hrs pay. Where do i sign up

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