CUPON Rockland Urges: If You See Something, Say Something

The head of a local organization concerned with illegal housing and code violations is urging Rocklanders that, just like being on the lookout for terrorists, if you see something that doesn’t belong in your neighborhood, say something. Gordon Wren heads up CUPON Rockland, and told the crowd at yesterday’s Rockland Business Association luncheon that if government doesn’t prevent illegal development, you can. Wren told a story about how an Orthodox family in Ramapo recently worked with CUPON and brought an illegal housing project on their street to a halt…

More than a dozen local CUPON groups – CUPON, by the way, stands for “Citizens United to Protect Our Neighborhoods” – more than a dozen have popped up to help fight housing and illegal building issues in their areas of the county. For more information visit

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