It’s Thursday. Tonight, the Rockland Boulders host their first home opener at Provident Bank Park in Ramapo. We’re also continuing to keep track of events in Albany, where’s the legislative sessions’s clock continues to tick.
Provident Bank Park: Editorial
While we acknowledge that there were significant problems with the way Provident Bank Park came into being, we encourage Lower Hudson Valley residents to support its Rockland Boulders. “Wishing — and advocating — for the stadium project’s doom works against the public’s interest,” we write. We continue:
Indeed, many legitimate questions linger about Ramapo Town Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence’s quest to build the 4,500-seat home for the Boulders, the newest Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball League team.
Not the least of those is, will the public’s needs be served by this $38-million-and-counting investment?
Same-sex marriage: Commentary
Rabbi Noson S. Leiter, executive director of Torah Jews for Decency, offers a Community View in which he argues against same-sex marriage.
Here’s what our colleagues are saying today:
Public funding is next ethics need: Editorial, Times Herald-Record
Schools are failing the nation: Editorial, Newsday
Nice work if you can get it: Editorial, The New York Times
It’s up to the unions: Editorial, Daily News
Make streets safer: Editorial, The Buffalo News
Find a place for power plants: Editorial, Albany Times Union
Cuomo’s plan on pensions needs support: Editorial, Utica Observer-Dispatch