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Clarkstown Town Supervisor George Hoehmann gets go-ahead for run for 3rd term

The state Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the town’s 2014 term limits law was invalid because it should have been voted on in a referendum.

Veronica Jean Seltzer and Lee Danuff

May 19, 2023, 9:31 PM

Updated 368 days ago

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The state Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the town’s 2014 term limits law was invalid because it should have been voted on in a referendum. Clarkstown Town Supervisor George Hoehmann has been given the go-ahead to run for a third term.
 The state Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the town’s 2014 term limits law was invalid because it should have been voted on in a referendum.
Hoehmann had challenged the law, and a state Supreme court judge ruled against him. But an appellate Court then sided with him, and that ruling was upheld by the Court of Appeals.
The decision could set up a GOP primary as Rockland County GOP Chairman Lawrence Garvey has announced his candidacy.
Town Clerk Justin Sweet is running on the Democratic line.


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