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New York village votes to dissolve its own government

New York village votes to dissolve its own government
The 508 to 292 vote means South Nyack’s nearly 2,000 residents will soon rely on Orangetown to provide municipal services such as police and street maintenance.

Residents of South Nyack, a small community in Orangetown along the Hudson River, voted Thursday in a referendum to dissolve its government, the Journal News reported.“We acknowledge that the residents have chosen to dissolve the village and we will now work to establish a plan that will allow for a smooth transition into the Town of Orangetown,” said South Nyack Mayor Bonnie Christian.Most Read The 508 to 292 vote means South Nyack’s nearly 2,000 residents will rely on Orangetown to provide municipal services such as police and street maintenance.Residents voted Thursday at the Living Christ Church in South Nyack, N.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> A 142-year old Rockland County village has voted its independence out of existence.video meetings commemorating Tiananmen Square massacre p Residents who voted in favor of dissolving the local government were not happy about making the decision.

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