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New Town Supervisor Hoehmann Vows Reform In Clarkstown

New Clarkstown town supervisor George Hoehmann wants to reform local government when he takes over in January.
New Clarkstown town supervisor George Hoehmann wants to reform local government when he takes over in January. Photo Credit: Contributed

CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. – After defeating Democratic incumbent Alex Gromack last week, incoming Clarkstown Republican town supervisor George Hoehmann has vowed to reform the town government, according to LoHud.com.

Gromack held the position for 11 years, helping to revitalize downtown along with dealing with a handful of scandals involving local employees.

Hoehmann plans a 'top-to-bottom review' of local government once he enters office in January, reported LoHud.com.

He reminded employees not to 'purge' local records or correspondence before the changeover occurs in an inter-office memo.

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