One of the most time consuming and costliest ROSA projects this year was work spent on coordinating and supporting a new municipal led petition to the NY State DEC to ask that the western wetland system on the Patrick Farm site be added to the NY State DEC Wetland Maps due...Read More
It seems discouraging when the Planning Board rushes through the review process and just approves again plans which are not ready for approval. This was done yet again this past January but remember this isn't the first time this has happened. ROSA fought the final decision...Read More
At 9:50 am, Bill Weber called Deb Munitz just ten minutes before the Town Board meeting of September 17, 2016 asking if she knew that Patrick Farm was on the agenda. No, nobody knew. Deb Munitz ran over and caught Michael Klein asking why there was no notice and the answer was...Read More
Please sign the petition below. It will generate an email to Commissioner Seggos and Governor Cuomo that ROSA4Rockland@gmail.com will be copied on. Our goal is to get at least 2,000 signatures from Rockland County residents in the next two weeks. Please share this petition by...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
We will fight unsustainable, poorly planned overdevelopment and find better solution for Rockland.
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 has been and will continue to 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.
Here’s how you can make a difference today. . .