WHAT Public Hearing on Application for Final Subdivision Approval for 88 lots (two lots are MR-8 for 314 Market Rate Townhouses and 72 Workforce Flats AND Patrick Farm Volunteer Housing – 24) WHEN Wednesday January 20, 2013 – 8:00 pm WHERE Ramapo Town Hall - 237...Read More
The Journal News did a great post Public Hearing article that summarizes the meeting held on January 16, 2013. The public hearing is still open to written comments until 5:00 pm on Wednesday January 30th. Overall the key message that ROSA and various speakers raised was the...Read More
On December 27, 2011 the planning board approved the Site Plans for the Condominiums for the Patrick Farm before the town’s own CDRC board (internal reviewers including engineers, planners and building department personnel) had ever even reviewed what the buildings would...Read More
On Monday (1/7/13) afternoon and evening there were two sessions of a DEC Public Hearing covering the application permits before them regarding the Patrick Farm property and the current planned development. A LOT of people turned out to support our efforts and we really thank...Read More
ROSA volunteers were peddle to the metal getting stuff submitted by the November 26th deadline for comments for the Patrick Farm Completed Applications (see our earlier post for more information) by November 26th. Less than 2 weeks later the decision was announced – the...Read More
FIGHT TO SAVE THE PATRICK FARM UPDATE Town of Ramapo Residents, Shapiro & Youngewirth Win Decision in Appellate Court: Judge Jamieson’s Lawsuit Dismissals Overturned August 24, 2012 On April 22nd, a four-judge panel of the Appellate Division of the New York State...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.
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