Ramapo Supervisor Debate

Candidates in the Ramapo Town Supervisor race met on Sunday for a debate sponsored by several civic groups, where they answered heated questions about issues faced by residents. Incumbent Democrat Christopher St.Lawrence and Republican candidate Michael Parietti spoke for about a half hour, on topics including speculations of election fraud during the 2014 ward vote, financing for major projects such as Provident Bank Park, and overdevelopment in the town. Parietti, who is running on the Republican, Green Party, Reform, and Preserve Rockland lines; discussed the dysfunction among officials and within the community, stating that parts of the town are not being heard. St. Lawrence responded that government has done its best to balance the villages and ensure that each resident’s needs are met. The election is on November 3, and the Ramapo Supervisor race is among the most anticipated.

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

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