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Kiryas Joel to lead annexation review

Posted on 30 January 2015 by moshe emes

By Chris McKenna Times Herald-Record New York’s top environmental official ended a year-long impasse in a controversial bid to expand the Village of Kiryas Joel by announcing Wednesday that he had chosen Kiryas Joel over the Town of Monroe to oversee a study of the potential environmental impact of the proposal. In an eight-page decision [Read the decision here], state Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joseph Martens concluded that Kiryas Joel had greater “authority as the pr . >>> READ MORE ...

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No casino for Orange

Posted on 19 December 2014 by Josh Fallik

The Chronicle Hudson Valley winner: Kiamesha Lake casino at former Concord site Published Dec 17, 2014 By Nathan Mayberg ALBANY — The casino wheel landed on the town of Thompson Wednesday, shutting out Orange County and ending months of speculation about which Hudson Valley town would be allowed a casino. Thompson, in Sullivan County, was the region’s lone winner for a casino. The New York State Gaming Commission’s Facility Location Board chose the site of the former Concord Ho . >>> READ MORE ...

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Inside the Kiryas Joel voting machine

Posted on 26 October 2014 by moshe emes

  By Chris McKenna Times Herald-Record Posted Oct. 26, 2014 The stakes were high last November when a team of poll watchers dispatched by the United Monroe citizens group ventured into a banquet hall and medical building where more than 6,000 Kiryas Joel voters would cast ballots. United Monroe had been campaigning hard for a slate of Town Board candidates running on its ballot line, hoping to wrest control of a deeply unpopular board by outvoting the Hasidic community’s powerful voti . >>> READ MORE ...

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Neuhaus, Donnery come out swinging; WATCH DEBATE REPLAY

Posted on 03 October 2013 by Community Voice NY

recordonline.com By Chris McKenna Published: 2:00 AM – 10/03/13 Last updated: 7:53 AM – 10/03/13 MIDDLETOWN — Squaring off in their first one-on-one debate Wednesday night, Orange County executive candidates Steve Neuhaus and Roxanne Donnery livened up a two-hour discussion about potentially dry topics such as land use with some sharp jabs at each other’s records and campaign promises. Neuhaus, the Republican supervisor of the Town of Chester, and Donnery, a Democrat and 16 . >>> READ MORE ...

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Donnery and Neuhaus spar over KJ support

Posted on 30 August 2013 by Community Voice NY

Donnery’s supporters create new Had Enough Party Published Aug 22, 2013 at 1:01 pm (Updated Aug 22, 2013) GOSHEN — The two candidates for county executive emphatically renounced the Village of Kiryas Joel and its famous block vote. Legislator and County Executive Candidate Roxanne Donnery, a Democrat, held a press conference this week in front of the Orange County Board of Elections in Goshen to announce the creation of the new Had Enough Party. She and her supporters collected more . >>> READ MORE ...

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Donnery blasts ballot line challenge

Posted on 21 July 2013 by Community Voice NY

By Chris Mckenna Times Herald-Record July 20, 2013 – 2:00 AM Kiryas Joel leaders began an effort this week to wrest a third-party ballot line from one of their most outspoken critics as she campaigns for Orange County executive. Petitions circulated in the village on Wednesday and Thursday will likely force county Legislator Roxanne Donnery to run in a Sept. 10 primary for the Working Families Party line, competing against any write-in candidates. Losing to a Kiryas Joel write-in wou . >>> READ MORE ...

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Independence Party Grows in Orange County

Posted on 30 May 2013 by Community Voice NY

GOSHEN — The Orange County Republican Committee held its 2013 endorsement convention this week in Goshen. Though many in the Grand Old Party remember when its members dominated local government, a significant change affecting party enrollment is afoot in the county. Voters enrolled in the Independence Party are the county’s fastest-growing bloc. From 2008 to 2012, the number of Independence Party voters rose from roughly 500 voters to more than 10,000, according to data from the state Bo . >>> READ MORE ...

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