Spring Valley (NY) Deputy Mayor Bernard Charles lost his Ramapo recreation job after failing civil service exams and soon afterward was hired by Ramapo to promote the town’s financially beleaguered baseball stadium. Read more here.
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The Rockland Boulders (Independent Professional, Can-Am League) have announced that a nine-hole mini-golf course, known as “BoulderBirdies” will be built at Palisades Credit Union Park for the 2017 season. Read more and view photos here. Thanks to John Cerone for the news.
A major Westchester County auditor and one of its senior partners have agreed to pay more than a half-million dollars in penalties for issuing fraudulent audit reports in connection with municipal bonds sought by the town of Ramapo (NY) for the construction of its baseball stadium. Read more here.
Ramapo’s (NY) credit rating was cut by Moody’s Investors Service as the town copes with the fallout from a baseball-stadium project that led to unprecedented criminal fraud charges against local officials. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – World renowned aerialist Nik Wallenda will attempt to walk across Palisades Credit Union Park on Saturday, June 25th, prior the Rockland Boulders game against the Cuban National Team, the team announced today. The 500+ foot long walk will take place almost 125 feet above the playing surface. As a special twist, Wallenda will also “drop” the ceremonial first pitch from high above the field of play before completing his heroic feat! Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Fans of the 2015 Can-Am Regular Season Champion Rockland Boulders will find a new community partner on the ballpark this year with the announcement today that Palisades Credit Union has acquired naming rights to the park now to be called Palisades Credit Union Park. Continue reading
Federal agents and District Attorney’s Office detectives arrested Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence and a former top lieutenant Thursday morning on charges tied to the financing of the town’s controversial baseball stadium through its economic development agency. Read more here and here. Thanks to John Cerone for the news.