We'll see what the future brings. But Dr. Monahan could have stayed a bit longer and he should have! He was the best person to come to Hen Hud in years. We knew what we had but we don't know what we will get. View Comment
All this legislation was turned out to be a knee-jerk reaction to the sad and tragic events in Newton. Let's get to the real problem of mental illness or other disabilities where individuals should not have access to guns.
Unfortunately today if any of us want to even suggest that a person or neighbor might be unsuitable for guns or need any therapy, we risk being sued just for speaking out. Something is wrong with this picture. View Comment
I also would like to see the Journal News withdraw the map. But the damage is done. However, it think it would be highly improbable to prove any break-in can be tied to this map. Freedom of Information or not, I don't see the purpose of the paper publishing this information. View Comment
What a crock this is! Mr. Jenkins has been part of the whole group for years--all of a sudden he can make changes??! He is trying to take credit for the exact things Rob Astorino implemented, i.e. health care contributions. He has been only politics from the get-go, Democrats against Republicans!! View Comment
Guns aren't killing people - the insane demented people kill people.
Most of the licensed permits are honest, hard working people and there will always be the illegal guns on the black market that will continue to kill.Unfortunately, we will need more security personnel and metal detectors everywhere we go. What a sad world this has come to. View Comment
Finally, the program mandates come through. It can be nothing but positive to have healthier choices. Hopefully, this will prevent or at least defer the health problems for these children as adults. Even if the home meals are poorly planned, the children will be educated enough to pick up good habits! View Comment
You don't appreciate a wonderful Police Department like the Village of Croton until you don't have it anymore! The only one of the above comments that is possible is maybe #5 - the rest of those suggestions are for private sector, not public. There are still public contracts and laws that must be followed and there is no negotiations on certain laws. Tell your officials in Albany they need to be addressed. View Comment
This is what the referendum should have been last time. But I am extremely disappointed with the school administration that this problem has been going on for a long time. Do they maintain their homes like this? The leaks should not have been let to continue; the problems do not disappear with time. View Comment
There is a wonderful commentary from Milton Hoffman in the Journal News today regarding the proposal of a tunnel with the new bridge. He makes a very good case for eliminating such a proposal! View Comment
Shouldn't the district get its finances in good order before putting up a bond referendum?
It seems that this Board and administrators are dropping the ball with the budget and not paying attention to good budgeting practices. View Comment
I wholeheartedly agree this is not right time for this Board to even think of putting forth such a project. I suggest that the referendum be presented in multiple parts, so we have the opportunity to vote on needed, infrastructure issues and not luxury items. Otherwise, nothing will get approved and the district will lose out. View Comment