Rockland Declares State of Emergency; Clarkstown Community Centers Closed

With 18 confirmed cases, Rockland’s county executive declared a State of Emergency yesterday that is expected to last through April 15th, though it could be extended. Ed Day says there are four orders attached to the State of Emergency, including the closing of the public school districts for the next two weeks starting today, with private schools doing the same tomorrow, and that includes daycare, preschool and pre-kindergarten. Day says colleges will need to suspend classes, but the students will still have access to their dorms and dining halls. There’s also a no-hoarding component, which limits the purchase of certain products to two items, per household, per day…

You can call the Consumer Protection Office at 845-364-3901. If you’ve taken a coronavirus test and are waiting for the results, you need to stay home and then follow your doctor’s instructions. Buffets and salad bars must also limit sales to pre-packaged foods.

Clarkstown supervisor George Hoehmann Monday said all Clarkstown Community Centers are now closed and town senior citizen clubs have been suspended…

If you know of any Clarkstown seniors or people with medical conditions who would like a regular phone call check-in a few times a week from town staff or volunteers, contact the supervisor’s office at 845-639-2050. Over at the County Clerk’s office, Paul Piperato says for the next three weeks beginning today, they’re only open 9-5 and will only be processing court documents and land record documents…

For the time being, the county clerk will not be doing traditional in-person services such as Passports, Business Certificates, Pistol Licenses and Amendments, Notary Public services and more. For more information call 638-5221.

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