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Rockland County New York
Rockland County New York was established in 1798. Early settlers were Dutch and English, and described the area as rocky land. According to sources, the county name is derived from this descriptive.
Currently, Rockland County is said to have over 30,000 acres of outdoor nature trails, parks, lakes, and streams that lead to the Hudson River. The county website describes the county and Hudson valley as “everybody’s playground.” Rockland County is one of New York State’s smaller counties with a population estimated at 265,000 residents. Historically, the county had been a rural area. During the 1950s, highway construction and home construction gradually transformed the area into suburbia. Between 1990 and 2015, Rockland County went from an estimated population of 90,000 to nearly 265,000 residents.
Rockland County offers several amenities for food and lodging. Its location is said to be 30 miles from New York City. Towns to visit include Nanuet, Orangeburg and Haverstraw. The Torne Valley Vineyards offer wine tasting and live music three seasons annually. The Penguin Rep Theater offers local entertainment, and the Nyack Famous Street Fair is held yearly in mid-May. Everybody’s playground offers picnicking, fishing, golfing, tennis, ice skating, culinary variety, state parks and regular scheduled events.
The official site of RocklandCounty New York can be found here for more facts and information: http://www.rocklandgov.com/
Minimum New York Insurance Coverage
New York Department of Motor Vehicles (NYDMV) requires motor vehicle coverage if you plan on driving on a public road. The insurance coverage must be from a company within New York, licensed by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). Here is the minimum for New York car insurance: $25,000 for bodily injury or death for one person $50,000 for bodily injury or death for several people $10,000 for property damage or destruction New York uninsured motorists rank 49th worst in the nation.
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