Ed Working day is not going to choose marriage ceremony gifts from county contractors

Rockland County Government Ed Working day, whose wedding day is established for April 30, will not accept wedding ceremony items from county contractors.

Day made his statement late Friday afternoon, following a Tax Enjoy column that lifted issues about the propriety of accepting marriage ceremony gifts from people who have a fiscal desire in county federal government.

Rockland County Executive Ed Day, pictured in a March 21, 2021 file photo, said he will not accept wedding gifts from county contractors, citing the county's Ethics Code.

On Thursday, Day’s main of staff members mentioned that a county contractor was invited to the marriage, but declined to say whether Working day would acknowledge a gift from the contractor. 

“In maintaining with the Rockland County Code of Ethics, I will not be accepting items from any human being, company or company who directly or indirectly has small business or specialist dealings with the County,” said Day, a New Town Republican in his third time period. “Ms. Pascucci and I have long gone out of our way although setting up this wedding day to keep away from any ethical queries and will proceed to do so. I am proud of my history as County Government and seem ahead to continuing serving the folks of Rockland with my attractive bride by my aspect.”

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Mark Davies, a Tarrytown attorney who is just one of the state’s foremost authorities on municipal ethics, had lifted issues about feasible presents from a county contractor who Day’s main of employees explained was invited the marriage.