Term Limits Voted Down 3 - 2 by the Town Board

At the September 13th Town Board meeting, Councilman Borelli introduced a 12 year Term Limit proposal that was put up for a vote at the September 20th Town Board meeting. Councilmen Borelli and Hoehmann voted for the Term Limit resolution, while the other three members of the Town Board, Supervisor Gromack and Councilwomen Lasker and Hausner, voted No. These No votes tell me that the Town Board members who voted No are telling the 3,450 citizens of Clarkstown, who signed a Term Limit petition, and everyone else in Clarkstown who is for Term Limits that they don't care what the citizens of Clarkstown want because these Town Board members think they are smarter than us and that the average citizen is not smart enough to know what is best for them. Therefore, Term Limits are dead for now unless we vote the politicians who cast these No votes out of office in November.


»To be an information source for the residents by watching how the Town Board spends your money
»To significantly reduce town expenses and taxes
»To pass an 8 year Term Limit resolution to eliminate patronage and cronyism is town politics
»To cap public employee compensation


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