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Letter to the Editor – NY State Gun Law and Budget

Jan 29th, 2013 | By | Category: OP ED

My Opinion on the Governors’ Gun Law & Budget In the recent rush to pass a gun law, the Governor failed to address the fact that a Non-US Citizen can obtain a pistol permit in New York State. A semi automatic assault rifle is a hunting rifle in a different housing. Limiting seven rounds in […]

Letter to the Editor – Domestic Violence

Dec 11th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

Domestic Violence In today’s society sometimes we overlook what’s right under our noses or in our own back yards.  As chief of the Eastern Pike Regional Police Department one of my jobs is to monitor criminal activity.  Typically, we see a spike in certain crimes during the period between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  One of those […]

Op-Ed from Senator Ryan Zinke

Sep 20th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

The recent troubling state of affairs in Libya, Egypt, and the rest of the Middle East is a stark reminder that we need strong American leadership. The chaos in Egypt and Libya, the uncertainty of Iran, and the back-handed treatment of Israel are direct consequences of a White House that leads from behind, a White […]

Skoufis: Thruway Toll Hike is a Trickle-Down Tax

Aug 20th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

Now is not the time to require businesses that deliver the goods we depend on everyday to pay a 45 percent toll increase. The economy is still struggling; we have not yet rebounded from the recession. The proposed toll increase will affect more than just truck drivers. Increasing the costs of shipping will force small […]

Letter to the Editor July 29 2012

Jul 29th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

A recent op/ed submission to the Sentinel newspaper from City resident Brian Flannery regarding  disruptive behavior at Newburgh  city council meetings was of interest in terms of the writers observations. Mr. Flannery took issue with the “heckling” from the audience, largely associated  with supporters and family members of 22 year old Michael Lembhard who was […]

Letter to the Editor – Upholding Integrity

Jul 24th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

Letter to the Editor – Upholding Integrity On May 18th County Executive Edward Diana made the following statement in a letter to the community, “I believe there is no greater responsibility than upholding the integrity of public office. I stand by my personal convictions and beliefs and am committed to being fiscally and ethically responsible.” […]

Letter to the Editor From NFA Principal Maxine Nodel

Jul 5th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

Dear NFA Community – Students, Families, Dedicated Staff: Congratulations on reaching the end of the 2011-2012 school year and for the graduation of another class! At this time, I would like to share with you how honored and privileged I am to serve as your Executive Principal.  I am committed to working with integrity, respect, […]

Op-Ed: Congress Remembers the Taxpayer

Jul 2nd, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

The challenges facing our country should push the U.S. Congress to work together for a fiscally-responsible future. The country is facing a $1.3 trillion deficit and $15 trillion debt and the national elections are producing lots of heated rhetoric about budget, tax, and spending problems. Despite this, we see more talk than action. So it […]

Submitted by Orange County Executive Edward A. Diana

Jun 11th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

Orange County Executive Edward A. Diana submitted the following statement: “Last night the voters of Wisconsin showed the rest of America that sound fiscal policies enacted during an economic downturn, although difficult to embrace, are necessary to ensure fiscal stability and promote economic growth – for the betterment of citizens and taxpayers. Here in Orange […]

To Replace or Not to Replace the Orange County Government Center

May 29th, 2012 | By | Category: OP ED

Since it is apparent that there exists the presence of those Orange County taxpayers that support replacement of the government center in Goshen and those who feel strongly that preservation and repair of this edifice should be protected for various reasons not withstanding the supposed architectural value that a “Rudolph” building represents, my suggestion would […]