NEWS: Legislator Sparaco Replaced As Deputy Minority Leader By Cris Carey

imageIn a press release today from Rockland County Legislator Christopher Carey it was announced that Legislator Douglas Jobson is the new Deputy Minority Leader of the Rockland County Legislature.

New City, NY (September 4, 2014) – Rockland County Legislator Christopher J. Carey (R-Bardonia) has announced his appointment of Legislator Doug Jobson (R-Stony Point) to the position of Deputy Minority Leader in the Rockland County Legislature.

“Legislator Jobson is a solid choice to be the Deputy Leader of the Rockland County Legislature,” Minority Leader Carey said. “Legislator Jobson’s experience and understanding of county government make him uniquely qualified for this leadership position in the legislature.”

“I am honored to receive the appointment as Deputy Minority Leader, and I look forward to working with Minority Leader Carey and my colleagues to advance the causes of the Republican minority in the legislature,” said Legislator Jobson.

Legislator Christopher J. Carey represents District 9, which includes a large part of the Town of Clarkstown. He was first elected in 2011. Legislator Jobson represents District 1, which includes Stony Point, and parts of Haverstraw and Ramapo. He was first elected in 1997.

Betsy Saetre, Community Relations Coordinator
Rockland County Legislature
11 New Hempstead Road
New City, NY 10956

A senior leader within the Clarkstown Republican Party said that Carey removed the present Deputy Minority Leader, Legislator Sparaco, from the Deputy Minority Leadership position because of his vile outburst against Ed Day during the August 6th meeting of the full Legislature.  The source went on to say: “While any legislator has the right to speak his or her mind, those in leadership positions should be held to a higher standard. Frank Sparaco has completely failed to live up to those standards on numerous occasions.”

About Michael N. Hull

Michael N. Hull has lived in Rockland County for 35 years where he writes articles on philosophy and political affairs. Hull has written over 300 articles for New City Patch and Rockland Voice. He is presently a senior editor of the Facebook page Clarkstown: What They Don't Want You To Know and a senior editor of Rockland Voice.

About the Author
Michael N. Hull has lived in Rockland County for 35 years where he writes articles on philosophy and political affairs. Hull has written over 300 articles for New City Patch and Rockland Voice. He is presently a senior editor of the Facebook page Clarkstown: What They Don't Want You To Know and a senior editor of Rockland Voice.

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