The South Nyack village board yesterday hired a consulting company for up to $15,000 to study what it would take to become a part of Orangetown or remain a village. The village still has a few weeks to set a public referendum on the issue. In an email to residents, South Nyack mayor Bonnie Christian said the Zoom board meeting held yesterday is being investigated by South Nyack Police after it was interrupted several times by “Zoom Bombers” in which the participants used racist and anti-Semitic language, and threatened village employees and residents. The potential dissolution of the village comes amid concerns over rising taxes and the future of Nyack College. We reached out to the mayor and police chief for additional comment but we did not hear back.