Boulder’s Beat Trois Rivieres in Final Game of Series 10-6

Rockland defeated Trois Riveires yesterday in the final game of their series.

They started from behind but managed to get their act together and take down Trois Rivieres 10-6.  The Boulders made their comeback in the seventh with Chris Edmonson doubling to centerfield and Stephen Cardullo hitting a two-run homer.

The starting pitcher for yesturday’s game was Dan Sausville.  He pitched six innings and gave up six runs and eleven hits with two strikeouts.  Garret Johnson went on to replace him in the seventh, giving up one hit in his two innings pitched.

The Boulders are off today.  They are currently in 2nd place behind Quebec one and a half games.

 

 

 

Both Houses OK Lottery “Spin-Up” Money for East Ramapo

East Ramapo may see that advance of $3.5-million dollars in state lottery money if Governor Andrew Cuomo Ok’s the bill.

On Friday, both the assembly and senate voted in the bill that will hopefully bring the struggling district closer to restoring programs for next year.  Normally, East Ramapo would receive that money September 2014, but district officials asked Senator David Carlucci this Spring to draft legislation to relese the money earlier to June 2014.

The money would be deducted from future lottery allocations over a 30-year period.

 

Home-Rule Request to Borrow $96-Mil Passes in Senate

Home-rule request passed by the New York Senate at 1:30 am this morning that would allow Rockland County to borrow up to 96-million dollars to cover its deficit.

The request is pending Governor Andrew Cuomo’s signature that would permit 10-year bonds to cover the county’s growing budget gap.

If the Governor approves the bill, the county would be required to submit its proposed budget to the state comptroller 30 days before a vote is scheduled.    The comptroller would then send back binding changed at least 10 days before the vote.

Boulders Comeback in Last Game of Double Header

Just when you thought the Boulders were going to lose their second game of the night in a double header against Trois Rivieres, the Boulders made a comeback in the last inning.

With the rally starting off with Nick DelGuidice driving a double and with the next two batters walked, Danny Bomback comes up to bat and drives in Mike Gedman with a no-out single.  Chris Edmonson made his way to the bag and hit a sac-fly to bring in his brother Jerod to make it a tie game.  Johnny Welch went on to hit on down the third baseline scoring in Donnie Webb and winning the game 7-6.

The Boulders face Trois Rivieres again tonight at 7pm here at Provident Bank Park.  You can listen to that game here live on WRCR.

State: Ramapo Second Most “Fiscally Stressed”

The Ramapo town finance employee who the town claims sent misleading information to the State Comptroller’s office is speaking out.

Melissa Reimer, the Town’s Supervisor of Fiscal Services is being accused of sending information that indicated that Ramapo faced “certain fund deficits”, omitted $3.5-million in anticipated revenue and did not have the forms authorized by the town board members and Supervisor St. Lawrence.  According to the Comptroller’s Office, the Town Supervisor is legally required to file and certify the forms.

According to the town, her report led to State Comptroller Tom Dinapoli’s determination that Ramapo is on the hot list of municipalities in “significant fiscal distress.”

Reimer defended herself in an interview with the Journal News saying in her 10 ½ on the job.  She sent the correct information the same way she always has and that that the information on the anticipated revenue wasn’t made available to her.  She also claims that the Supervisor never reviews the forms and the Town Board has never passed a resolution to authorize it.

Ramapo is currently ranked the second-most fiscally stressed community in the state.

Orangeburg “Tops Off” Bloomberg Data Center

In Orangeburg yesterday, the town held a “topping off” ceremony officially announcing the arrival of the new $710-million Bloomberg data center.

The facility will be one-story and will provide an estimated 7 megawatts of critical capacity.

The topping off is a traditional construction milestone that marks the point when the building’s frame is complete.

The data center is set to open in the middle of next year.

Boulders Lose Last Game of Series Against Le Capitales

 

The Boulders didn’t sweep the Capitales last night, but they still remain in first place.  The boys lost 7-3 against Quebec.

They are home tonight to play Trois Riveries for a five game series.  Today’s game will be a double header with the first game starting at 5.

You can listen to both games here on WRCR.

Bronx Man Dies in Crash On 9W; Teenage Girl Seriously Injured

 

A Bronx man was killed and a teenager seriously injured last night in a motorcycle crash on Route 9W.

The 26-year-old man and the 16-year-old girl also from the Bronx were traveling south on 9W when the man lost control of the motorcycle at about 8:40 p,.  Clarkstown Police are reporting that both were ejected from the vehicle.  No other vehicles were involved in the crash.

Investigators said the man was pronounced dead at the scene.  The girl was taken to Nyack Hospital and later transferred to New York Presbyterian Medical Center in Manhattan weith server head trauma.

Officials were not releasing the names of the victims until their families are notified.

Monsey Man Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Sexual Abuse

A Monsey man was sentenced to 8 years in prison for sexually abusing a Monsey girl for 3 years.bilde-1

According to the reports, Dovid Kohn, 60, abused the girl from ages 12 to 15.  The victim, who is now 21, was a friend of one of Kohn’s daughters.

The victim reported the crime to Ramapo Police last year.  She spoke to Kohn about the abuse while wearing a body wire and through telephone calls recorded by Ramapo Police.

Kohn plead guilty in Janurary to one count first-degree course of sexual conduct and admitted to having oral sex with the girl between 2004 and 2006.

The victim told the courts she hopes her decision to speak publicly will encourage others in the Hasidic community to come forward.

Close Ninth Inning: Boulder’s Keeping First Place in CanAm

Once again, a close game for the Boulders in Quebec. RocklandBoulders.com

In the ninth, the game was tied at 2 against the Capitales, but the Boulders made it happen, putting up 3 runs in the final inning and coming out victors in a 5-2 win.

Mike Gedman scored the first of the game-winning runs off a defensive error.  He was followed by and RBI single from centerfielder Donnie Webb and a RBI Double from second baseman Danny Bomback.

The Boulders have one more game against the Capitales before they head back home tomorrow to take on Trois Rivieres