Legislator Ed Day http://wamc.org en Rockland County Executive-Elect Wants Pay Cuts For Elected County Officials http://wamc.org/post/rockland-county-executive-elect-wants-pay-cuts-elected-county-officials <p>The Rockland County executive-elect is already trying to deliver on one of his campaign promises -- cutting the salaries of elected county officials.</p><p>Republican Rockland County Legislator and County Executive-Elect Ed Day wants to get to work right away on some of him campaign issues.</p><p>And here’s one he began the day after he won Tuesday’s race.</p><p>He has to address such cuts differently, depending on the position.</p><p>He also wants to cut the salaries of those in high-level county government positions, such as commissioners.</p> Fri, 08 Nov 2013 03:48:14 +0000 Allison Dunne 77319 at http://wamc.org Rockland County Executive-Elect Wants Pay Cuts For Elected County Officials County Legislator Raises Concerns About Water Issue In Rockland http://wamc.org/post/county-legislator-raises-concerns-about-water-issue-rockland <p>A Rockland County legislator says he is concerned that United Water New York waited too long to notify customers about a water quality problem over the summer. United Water says the water was safe, and its notification process within the law.</p><p>In July, drinking water in Rockland County turned cloudy. In other words, the water was turbid.</p> Thu, 05 Sep 2013 17:33:33 +0000 Allison Dunne 72956 at http://wamc.org County Legislator Raises Concerns About Water Issue In Rockland County Legislator Sponsors Resolutions Related to Public Corruption http://wamc.org/post/county-legislator-sponsors-resolutions-related-public-corruption <p>As New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was introducing a measure to crack down on political corruption Tuesday, a local legislator in the Hudson Valley started work on a proposal for his county, one he hopes becomes law on the state level as well.</p><p>Rockland County Legislator Ed Day, a Republican, is sponsoring a resolution urging state legislators to move forward with a Senate and Assembly bill that would amend the state constitution to authorize the forfeiture of retirement benefits earned during the term of office of a New York elected official convicted of a public corruption felony.</p> Wed, 10 Apr 2013 22:51:54 +0000 Allison Dunne 61952 at http://wamc.org