“When former students of the Happy Valley School gather for their annual reunion next month, there’ll be more than a little sadness mixed with their nostalgia. The remnants of what was once a residence for children from broken homes lay on the grounds of the Minisceongo Golf Course, which was recently sold. Alumni are uncertain whether they’ll be able to get together for a yearly visit to the school building and grounds where they learned to live together and gained the values that would carry them through their adult lives. Or whether the last vestiges of their childhood could be bulldozed into history. There are no clues yet for what the Monsey-based owner plans to do with the nearly 300-acre parcel off Pomona Road. Ramapo Town Attorney Michael Klein said there have been no applications from the owner. The property is zoned for single-family development on two-acre parcels, Klein said.” Read the complete Journal News story here.
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