Patrick Berardinelli http://wamc.org en Legislator Urges Revision Of A NYS Traffic Law http://wamc.org/post/legislator-urges-revision-nys-traffic-law <p>An Orange County legislator is calling for a change in a New York state traffic law. He says the change would help cut down on dangerous driving in his city that is putting residents - especially children - in harm’s way.</p> Wed, 25 Sep 2013 11:53:00 +0000 Allison Dunne 74293 at http://wamc.org Legislator Urges Revision Of A NYS Traffic Law An Additional $8.4 Million For Valley View http://wamc.org/post/additional-84-million-valley-view <p>GOSHEN – The Orange County Legislature Thursday approved allocating $8.4 million to fund the Valley View nursing home through the end of the year.</p><p>A handful of lawmakers wanted to hike that to $14.4 million as originally proposed by County Executive Edward Diana.</p><p>Republican Legislator Patrick Berardinelli (R-6) sought the full amount.</p> Fri, 06 Sep 2013 12:05:57 +0000 Hank Gross 73015 at http://wamc.org An Additional $8.4 Million For Valley View Orange lawmakers urged against redistricting plan http://wamc.org/post/orange-lawmakers-urged-against-redistricting-plan <p></p><p>GOSHEN – Top officials of Orange County NAACP chapters and a leading civil rights attorney, on Wednesday, called for the Orange County Legislature not to approve its redistricting plan when it meets on Friday saying it is purposely designed to keep minority representation in the City of Newburgh to a minimum.</p> Thu, 04 Apr 2013 11:39:02 +0000 Hank Gross 61415 at http://wamc.org Orange lawmakers urged against redistricting plan Orange County school safety funding moves forward http://wamc.org/post/orange-county-school-safety-funding-moves-forward <p>GOSHEN – Three years of funding totaling $1.2 million for public school safety and security in Orange County was approved Wednesday by the Ways and Means Committee of the county legislature.</p><p> Thu, 28 Feb 2013 13:20:30 +0000 Hank Gross 58763 at http://wamc.org Orange County school safety funding moves forward