The Rockland County Legislature is holding two more meetings this month to get the public’s input on redistricting. Rockland’s 17 legislative districts will be redrawn based on the data from the 2020 census. Legislator Lon Hofstein is on the Legislature’s Special Committee for Redistricting, and told WRCR earlier this month that the process has been chaotic…
Redistricting occurs every 10 years based the Census. New district boundaries also reflect their communities, and take similar social, cultural, ethnic, economic, religious or political interests into account.
The two remaining meetings this month are being held at:
· Clarkstown Town Hall on Wednesday, June 29th at 6pm,
· and Ramapo Town Hall on Thursday, June 30th at 6pm.
Click here for the county’s informational website where you can get more details about the meetings and the redistricting process. Hofstein says it could be after Labor Day before the lines are officially finalized and released.