June 8, 2018
Community Organizations Join Forces to Combat Opioid Crisis

County Executive Ed Day, Rockland Commissioner of Mental Health Michael Leitzes, District Attorney Tom Zugibe and leaders from Montefiore Nyack Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Helen Hayes Hospital, Crystal Run Healthcare, Refuah Health Center, Rockland Paramedic Services and the Rockland County Medical Society announced a new initiative to combat the opioid crisis. [Read More]

June 1, 2018
$10,000 Donation to the Center for Safety and Change

County Executive Ed Day, District Attorney Tom Zugibe and County Attorney Tom Humbach presented a $10,000 check from the Nyack Motor Lodge to the Center for Safety and Change. This check is the result of a settlement between the Nyack Motor Lodge and the County of Rockland. [Read More]

May 31, 2018
Key to the County Awarded

County Executive Ed Day presented Cole Donnellan, founder of not-for-profit Pegleg22, with the Key to the County award. The Key is presented to a person who makes a tangible, positive impact on the county as a whole and the citizens who live here. Cole started Pegleg22 in honor of his great uncle Jerry Donnellan. The mission of Pegleg22 is to raise awareness about the 22 veterans who succumb to suicide every day in the United States and raise money to perform service projects that benefit combat veterans in Rockland County and around the Hudson Valley. [Read More]

May 23, 2018
Storm Response Meeting with Orange and Rockland Utilities

County Executive Ed Day, Acting Director of Fire and Emergency Services Chris Jensen, town supervisors, village mayors and representatives of Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. met at the Fire Training Center in Pomona to discuss concerns with O&R’s coordination and response strategies. This meeting had been planned since the March nor’easters that left Rockland residents in the dark for days. [Read More]