Ramapo Legislators Wolfe and Schoenberger Hit Rock Bottom In The Rockland County Legislature By Seeking To Pass A Resolution On The Suspension Of Chief Sullivan In Clarkstown.
The following post is from the editors of Clarkstown What They Don’t Want You to Know.
Rockland County Legislature Chairman Alden Wolfe and his Ramapo Democratic cohort, Ilan Schoenberger, are making a complete mockery of the Rockland County Legislature by sponsoring a resolution that seeks to accomplish nothing more than setting up a pointless new sideshow in a political circus that many Rocklanders already wish would pack up and move on to the next county.
The two Ramapo Democrats are more than content to keep their eyes closed and their mouths shut while political corruption has all but destroyed the town they represent, turning what was once a multicultural, bucolic suburban neighborhood into a segregated, overdeveloped urban area in which laws are selectively obeyed and broken according to the whims of the majority.
Wolfe and Schoenberger sat silently by as the Town of Ramapo’s Supervisor was arrested and indicted on 22 counts of federal securities fraud that could send him to prison for decades.
The Democratic duo said nothing when Councilman Samuel Tress ran for office as a convicted felon living in the state of New Jersey, and remained silent when he was elected and re-arrested on new felony charges for allegedly voting on a matter in which he stood to profit.
They spoke not a word when it was revealed that Town Fire Inspector, Adam Peltz was allowing serious code violations to go on without consequence in a number of religious schools.
They have willfully ignored the lack of NYS mandated educational standards in many schools in their own backyard.
While Wolfe and Schoenberger choose to ignore the lawlessness in their own town, they have now chosen to interject themselves into a disciplinary matter involving the suspension of Clarkstown Police Chief Michael Sullivan, which is moving through the due and proper legal process in the Town of Clarkstown.
Wolfe and Schoenberger intend to force an up and down vote as to whether each and every Rockland County Legislator stands in support of Chief Sullivan when not one of them is privy to any of the intimate details of a legal process that has only barely begun. How is any legislator supposed to make an informed decision on this when the actual hearings have not yet even started? Is it the intention of Wolfe and Schoenberger, both of whom are attorneys, to use their political office as a platform to interfere with and attempt to influence a legal proceeding in the Town of Clarkstown?
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Clarkstown–What They Don’t Want You to Know