County Executive Ed Day this spring continues his series of community conversations and town hall forums to gather input and listen to the concerns of local residents and discuss his priorities to move Rockland forward.

“My first 15 months in office have shown that, while Rockland’s challenges are great, the power of this county to tackle them is greater when we all work together,” said County Executive Day. “I look forward to hearing from the people again as we continue to shape Rockland’s future.”

You can engage Day in dialogue and offer him feedback at the following upcoming events:

  • Wednesday, May 6 – 7 p.m. – Tappan Zee High School – 15 Dutch Hill Road, Orangeburg
  • Thursday, June 4 – 7 p.m. –  Suffern Free Library – 210 Lafayette Avenue, Suffern

Residents of Rockland County are invited to bring any question or idea they want to discuss face-to-face with County Executive Day.  The public may also submit questions in advance via email at Q&[email protected]

The county executive will also provide an update on the progress he claims his administration is making. Day said his administration’s priorities are stabilizing Rockland’s finances, promoting economic growth and preserving the county for future generations.

Those unable to attend may watch the Town Hall meetings via a live stream on the County’s website RocklandGov.com. Online viewers are invited to submit questions via email or through Rockland County’s official Facebook page or Twitter account using #RocklandTownHall.  The media is welcome to attend all events.

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