ROSA4Rockland Brings Back Wild & Scenic Film Festival to Majestic Suffern Lafayette Theater for Earth Day 2015 Suffern, NY – March 30, 2015 – ROSA4Rockland Inc. (“ROSA”)– an environmental 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization – is organizing the 2nd Annual Earth Day Film...Read More
It always seems to happen when we are busy, without notice, and with no time to spare - we get alerted by one of the external agencies that new plans are before the planning board. This is exactly what happened just a week ago. Last Decision: On March 22, 2013 the Town of...Read More
Dear Supporters, Happy holidays!! Thank you for taking a few minutes to get caught up on ROSA's activities. When you get together this holiday season with your friends and neighbors please share this information with them and suggest they become ROSA supporters too. The Patrick...Read More
We will fight unsustainable, poorly planned overdevelopment and find a better solution for Patrick Farm.
We are your neighbors, united with one voice. We are informed and engaged citizens, who are professionally organized and legally represented, working to ensure that development is proportional and appropriate for the land on which it is built. Unlike other groups within Ramapo who have a broad view to combat how the town develops all land, ROSA is different.
Don't make assumptions. Patrick Farm is NOT a DONE DEAL. There is hope. Please take the time to learn more about the issues:
are not our destiny if you join with ROSA. Together, we can bring change.
This will be a difficult and ongoing process. If it were easy, then any single person or village would have already successfully stopped the proposed over-development of Patrick Farm. We must form an alliance within our collective neighborhoods, social circles, and spheres of influence. We need to rely on one another through this enduring proceeding to offer our donations, advocacy and activism.
ROSA 4 Rockland Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization.
Your donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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