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  • Playing With Fire: Ramapo inspector could soon lose his job

    Playing With Fire: Ramapo inspector could soon lose his job

    Monday, November 20 2017 5:38 PM EST2017-11-20 22:38:58 GMT

    After a nearly two-year News 12 investigation, a local code enforcement officer who had been giving passing safety grades to failing schools could soon be out of his job.

    After a nearly two-year News 12 investigation, a local code enforcement officer who had been giving passing safety grades to failing schools could soon be out of his job.

  • Playing With Fire: Future of Ramapo’s private schools

    Playing With Fire: Future of Ramapo’s private schools

    On Wednesday evening, the Ramapo Town Board demoted and gave a 60-day suspension to Fire Inspector Adam Peltz.On Wednesday evening, the Ramapo Town Board demoted and gave a 60-day suspension to Fire Inspector Adam Peltz.

    While some Ramapo residents say they are happy about the demotion and suspension of their fire inspector, many wonder what the town is going to do about fire safety moving forward.

    While some Ramapo residents say they are happy about the demotion and suspension of their fire inspector, many wonder what the town is going to do about fire safety moving forward.

  • Playing With Fire: Software glitch vulnerability

    Playing With Fire: Software glitch vulnerability

    News 12 revealed last night that a yeshiva that caught fire in Mount Kisco hadn’t been inspected for seven years despite documented safety violationsNews 12 revealed last night that a yeshiva that caught fire in Mount Kisco hadn’t been inspected for seven years despite documented safety violations

    News 12 revealed last night that a yeshiva that caught fire in Mount Kisco hadn’t been inspected for seven years despite documented safety violations.

    News 12 revealed last night that a yeshiva that caught fire in Mount Kisco hadn’t been inspected for seven years despite documented safety violations.

  • Playing with Fire: School wasn’t inspected for years before fire

    Playing with Fire: School wasn’t inspected for years before fire

    A News 12 investigation found that a prominent northern Westchester religious school that was destroyed in a fire hadn’t been inspected for several years, despite violations.A News 12 investigation found that a prominent northern Westchester religious school that was destroyed in a fire hadn’t been inspected for several years, despite violations.

    A News 12 investigation found that a prominent northern Westchester religious school that was destroyed in a fire hadn’t been inspected for several years, despite violations. 

    A News 12 investigation found that a prominent northern Westchester religious school that was destroyed in a fire hadn’t been inspected for several years, despite violations. 

  • Playing with Fire: State pushes quick fix

    Playing with Fire: State pushes quick fix

    Officials say state measures to improve fire code enforcement in Ramapo Town and the Village of Spring Valley could be in place by the end of the year.Officials say state measures to improve fire code enforcement in Ramapo Town and the Village of Spring Valley could be in place by the end of the year.

    Officials say state measures to improve fire code enforcement in Ramapo Town and the Village of Spring Valley could be in place by the end of the year.

    Officials say state measures to improve fire code enforcement in Ramapo Town and the Village of Spring Valley could be in place by the end of the year.

  • Playing with Fire: Safety improvements made at Rockland schools

    Playing with Fire: Safety improvements made at Rockland schools

    A follow-up of News 12's Playing With Fire investigation into fire safety compliance at Rockland County schools showed a dramatic increase in the number of facilities with valid inspection certificates compared to last year.A follow-up of News 12's Playing With Fire investigation into fire safety compliance at Rockland County schools showed a dramatic increase in the number of facilities with valid inspection certificates compared to last year.

    A follow-up of News 12's Playing With Fire investigation into fire safety compliance at Rockland County schools showed a dramatic increase in the number of facilities with valid inspection certificates compared to last year. 

    A follow-up of News 12's Playing With Fire investigation into fire safety compliance at Rockland County schools showed a dramatic increase in the number of facilities with valid inspection certificates compared to last year. 

  • Playing with Fire: Lawmaker wants tougher school fire standards

    Playing with Fire: Lawmaker wants tougher school fire standards

    A lawmaker is proposing tougher standards when it comes to fire inspections in Rockland County schools.A lawmaker is proposing tougher standards when it comes to fire inspections in Rockland County schools.

    A lawmaker is proposing tougher standards when it comes to fire inspections in Rockland County schools. 

    A lawmaker is proposing tougher standards when it comes to fire inspections in Rockland County schools. 

  • State: Town of Ramapo's zoning, fire codes still inadequate

    State: Town of Ramapo's zoning, fire codes still inadequate

    The Town of Ramapo is once again in hot water with the state over building and fire inspections. Concern about the town's building and fire inspections is nothing new.The Town of Ramapo is once again in hot water with the state over building and fire inspections. Concern about the town's building and fire inspections is nothing new.

    The Town of Ramapo is once again in hot water with the state over building and fire inspections. Concern about the town's building and fire inspections is nothing new. 

    The Town of Ramapo is once again in hot water with the state over building and fire inspections. Concern about the town's building and fire inspections is nothing new. 

  • Rockland County executive addresses code violations at Sain Building

    Rockland County executive addresses code violations at Sain Building

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day says he wants to set the record straight after it was revealed on Tuesday that a county property is riddled with safety concerns at the same time private schools in the area were put under the microscope.Rockland County Executive Ed Day says he wants to set the record straight after it was revealed on Tuesday that a county property is riddled with safety concerns at the same time private schools in the area were put under the microscope.

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day says he wants to set the record straight after it was revealed on Tuesday that a county property is riddled with safety concerns at the same time private schools in the area were put under the microscope. 

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day says he wants to set the record straight after it was revealed on Tuesday that a county property is riddled with safety concerns at the same time private schools in the area were put under the microscope. 

  • State Department of Education withdraws request for reinspection of some Hudson Valley schools

    State Department of Education withdraws request for reinspection of some Hudson Valley schools

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day is demanding that reinspections be conducted at all schools slated to be checked after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions.Rockland County Executive Ed Day is demanding that reinspections be conducted at all schools slated to be checked after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions.

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day is demanding that reinspections be conducted at all schools slated to be checked after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions.

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day is demanding that reinspections be conducted at all schools slated to be checked after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions.

  • Yeshivas agree to inspections after Rockland threatens legal action

    Yeshivas agree to inspections after Rockland threatens legal action

    Months of tensions over the issue of code enforcement in Rockland's private yeshivas reached a boiling point Monday when the county threatened to take legal action.Months of tensions over the issue of code enforcement in Rockland's private yeshivas reached a boiling point Monday when the county threatened to take legal action.

    Months of tensions over the issue of code enforcement in Rockland's private yeshivas reached a boiling point Monday when the county threatened to take legal action. 

    Months of tensions over the issue of code enforcement in Rockland's private yeshivas reached a boiling point Monday when the county threatened to take legal action. 

  • Playing with Fire: The fight over new inspections

    Playing with Fire: The fight over new inspections

    Orthodox Jewish leaders and Rockland County officials are at odds over the county's move to reinspect dozens of schools for fire safety violations after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions.Orthodox Jewish leaders and Rockland County officials are at odds over the county's move to reinspect dozens of schools for fire safety violations after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions.

    Orthodox Jewish leaders and Rockland County officials are at odds over the county's move to reinspect dozens of schools for fire safety violations after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions. 

    Orthodox Jewish leaders and Rockland County officials are at odds over the county's move to reinspect dozens of schools for fire safety violations after a Ramapo town fire inspector was accused of missing hazardous conditions. 

  • Documents: Code violations found at 15 reinspected schools

    Documents: Code violations found at 15 reinspected schools

    A Freedom of Information Law request by News 12 has revealed that at least 15 Rockland County schools that were reinspected for safety issues were found riddled with code violations within the past two months.A Freedom of Information Law request by News 12 has revealed that at least 15 Rockland County schools that were reinspected for safety issues were found riddled with code violations within the past two months.

    A Freedom of Information Law request by News 12 has revealed that at least 15 Rockland County schools that were reinspected for safety issues were found riddled with code violations within the past two months. 

    A Freedom of Information Law request by News 12 has revealed that at least 15 Rockland County schools that were reinspected for safety issues were found riddled with code violations within the past two months. 

  • School leaders claim fire inspections fueled by religious bias

    School leaders claim fire inspections fueled by religious bias

    Dozens of Orthodox and Hasidic school leaders are claiming that new fire inspections in schools are the product of religious bias.Dozens of Orthodox and Hasidic school leaders are claiming that new fire inspections in schools are the product of religious bias.

    Dozens of Orthodox and Hasidic school leaders are claiming that new fire inspections in schools are the product of religious bias. 

    Dozens of Orthodox and Hasidic school leaders are claiming that new fire inspections in schools are the product of religious bias. 

  • Residents decry officials at Ramapo meeting

    Residents decry officials at Ramapo meeting

    Residents spilled out into the hallway at a packed Ramapo Town Board meeting Wednesday night, many hoping to publicly call on the town's embattled supervisor to step down.Residents spilled out into the hallway at a packed Ramapo Town Board meeting Wednesday night, many hoping to publicly call on the town's embattled supervisor to step down.

    Residents spilled out into the hallway at a packed Ramapo Town Board meeting Wednesday night, many hoping to publicly call on the town's embattled supervisor to step down.

    Residents spilled out into the hallway at a packed Ramapo Town Board meeting Wednesday night, many hoping to publicly call on the town's embattled supervisor to step down.

  • Playing With Fire: The Town Board's decision

    Playing With Fire: The Town Board's decision

    Ramapo Town officials met Monday night behind closed doors to discuss how to handle fire inspector Adam Peltz, who allegedly gave passing grades on building inspections to private schools that had hazardous violations.Ramapo Town officials met Monday night behind closed doors to discuss how to handle fire inspector Adam Peltz, who allegedly gave passing grades on building inspections to private schools that had hazardous violations.

    Ramapo Town officials met Monday night behind closed doors to discuss how to handle fire inspector Adam Peltz, who allegedly gave passing grades on building inspections to private schools that had hazardous violations. 

    Ramapo Town officials met Monday night behind closed doors to discuss how to handle fire inspector Adam Peltz, who allegedly gave passing grades on building inspections to private schools that had hazardous violations. 

  • Playing with Fire: Monsey yeshiva shut down for violations

    Playing with Fire: Monsey yeshiva shut down for violations

    Officials shut down a yeshiva in Monsey after building inspectors found dozens of safety violations.Officials shut down a yeshiva in Monsey after building inspectors found dozens of safety violations.

    Officials shut down a yeshiva in Monsey after building inspectors found dozens of safety violations. 

    Officials shut down a yeshiva in Monsey after building inspectors found dozens of safety violations. 

  • Playing with Fire: Ramapo files safety report

    Playing with Fire: Ramapo files safety report

    The Town of Ramapo has met a state-mandated deadline for submitting a full fire safety report following the discovery of serious code violations at several private schools and yeshivas, officials say.The Town of Ramapo has met a state-mandated deadline for submitting a full fire safety report following the discovery of serious code violations at several private schools and yeshivas, officials say.

    The Town of Ramapo has met a state-mandated deadline for submitting a full fire safety report following the discovery of serious code violations at several private schools and yeshivas, officials say. 

    The Town of Ramapo has met a state-mandated deadline for submitting a full fire safety report following the discovery of serious code violations at several private schools and yeshivas, officials say. 

  • Playing with Fire: Lawmakers want outside investigation of Ramapo fire inspector Adam Peltz

    Playing with Fire: Lawmakers want outside investigation of Ramapo fire inspector Adam Peltz

    Lawmakers in Ramapo are calling for an outside investigation of the town's embattled fire inspector Adam Peltz.Lawmakers in Ramapo are calling for an outside investigation of the town's embattled fire inspector Adam Peltz.

    Lawmakers in Ramapo are calling for an outside investigation of the town's embattled fire inspector Adam Peltz.

    Lawmakers in Ramapo are calling for an outside investigation of the town's embattled fire inspector Adam Peltz.

  • Jewish leaders discuss safety issues at Ramapo yeshivas

    Jewish leaders discuss safety issues at Ramapo yeshivas

    Jewish school leaders in Rockland are pledging to fully support the state's plans to enforce fire codes at non-public school buildings. Dozens of Yeshiva leaders met on Wednesday.Jewish school leaders in Rockland are pledging to fully support the state's plans to enforce fire codes at non-public school buildings. Dozens of Yeshiva leaders met on Wednesday.

    Jewish school leaders in Rockland are pledging to fully support the state's plans to enforce fire codes at non-public school buildings. Dozens of Yeshiva leaders met on Wednesday.

    Jewish school leaders in Rockland are pledging to fully support the state's plans to enforce fire codes at non-public school buildings. Dozens of Yeshiva leaders met on Wednesday.

  • Playing With Fire: Secret meeting in Ramapo

    Playing With Fire: Secret meeting in Ramapo

    State officials have given the Town of Ramapo until next Thursday to resolve issues with its controversial fire inspection procedures, which came to light after News 12's "Playing With Fire" investigation.State officials have given the Town of Ramapo until next Thursday to resolve issues with its controversial fire inspection procedures, which came to light after News 12's "Playing With Fire" investigation.

    State officials have given the Town of Ramapo until next Thursday to resolve issues with its controversial fire inspection procedures, which came to light after News 12's "Playing With Fire" investigation. 

    State officials have given the Town of Ramapo until next Thursday to resolve issues with its controversial fire inspection procedures, which came to light after News 12's "Playing With Fire" investigation. 

  • Playing with Fire: Deadline nearing for Ramapo reforms

    Playing with Fire: Deadline nearing for Ramapo reforms

    The clock is ticking on the state-demanded reforms of the Town of Ramapo's fire inspections.The clock is ticking on the state-demanded reforms of the Town of Ramapo's fire inspections.

    The clock is ticking on the state-demanded reforms of the Town of Ramapo's fire inspections.

    The clock is ticking on the state-demanded reforms of the Town of Ramapo's fire inspections.

  • NYS takeover of Ramapo fire inspections demanded

    NYS takeover of Ramapo fire inspections demanded

    Monday, April 24 2017 6:14 PM EDT2017-04-24 22:14:43 GMT
    A school official is coming to the defense of Ramapo’s fire inspector after the town confirmed an ongoing full investigation into his actions.A school official is coming to the defense of Ramapo’s fire inspector after the town confirmed an ongoing full investigation into his actions.

    A school official is coming to the defense of Ramapo’s fire inspector after the town confirmed an ongoing full investigation into his actions.  

    A school official is coming to the defense of Ramapo’s fire inspector after the town confirmed an ongoing full investigation into his actions.  

  • Playing with Fire: State to warn Ramapo on code enforcement

    Playing with Fire: State to warn Ramapo on code enforcement

    The New York Secretary of State is stepping in to get fire code enforcement lapses addressed in Ramapo.The New York Secretary of State is stepping in to get fire code enforcement lapses addressed in Ramapo.

    The New York Secretary of State is stepping in to get fire code enforcement lapses addressed in Ramapo.

    The New York Secretary of State is stepping in to get fire code enforcement lapses addressed in Ramapo.

  • Playing with Fire: Resolution says Adam Peltz admits inadequate inspections in Ramapo

    Playing with Fire: Resolution says Adam Peltz admits inadequate inspections in Ramapo

    A resolution that News 12 obtained through the Freedom of Information Act explains the full extent of the punishment for Ramapo's embattled fire inspector.A resolution that News 12 obtained through the Freedom of Information Act explains the full extent of the punishment for Ramapo's embattled fire inspector.

    A resolution that News 12 obtained through the Freedom of Information Act explains the full extent of the punishment for Ramapo's embattled fire inspector.

    A resolution that News 12 obtained through the Freedom of Information Act explains the full extent of the punishment for Ramapo's embattled fire inspector.

  • Playing with Fire: Ramapo outlines plan of action

    Playing with Fire: Ramapo outlines plan of action

    The Town of Ramapo released a lengthy response Friday, acknowledging that it has a long fight ahead to tackle serious fire code violations.The Town of Ramapo released a lengthy response Friday, acknowledging that it has a long fight ahead to tackle serious fire code violations.

    The Town of Ramapo released a lengthy response Friday, acknowledging that it has a long fight ahead to tackle serious fire code violations.

    The Town of Ramapo released a lengthy response Friday, acknowledging that it has a long fight ahead to tackle serious fire code violations.

  • State officials slam Ramapo fire inspector

    State officials slam Ramapo fire inspector

    State education officials have accused Ramapo Town's fire inspector of ignoring serious safety violations at a number of private schools in the area.State education officials have accused Ramapo Town's fire inspector of ignoring serious safety violations at a number of private schools in the area.

    State education officials have accused Ramapo Town's fire inspector of ignoring serious safety violations at a number of private schools in the area. 

    State education officials have accused Ramapo Town's fire inspector of ignoring serious safety violations at a number of private schools in the area. 

  • Playing with Fire: Ramapo rehires retired fire inspector

    Playing with Fire: Ramapo rehires retired fire inspector

    The Ramapo Town Board on Wednesday unanimously voted to rehire the town's former chief fire inspector Tom Buckley.The Ramapo Town Board on Wednesday unanimously voted to rehire the town's former chief fire inspector Tom Buckley.

    The Ramapo Town Board on Wednesday unanimously voted to rehire the town's former chief fire inspector Tom Buckley.

    The Ramapo Town Board on Wednesday unanimously voted to rehire the town's former chief fire inspector Tom Buckley.

  • Playing With Fire: Probe into embattled fire inspector complete, says sources

    Playing With Fire: Probe into embattled fire inspector complete, says sources

    The long-awaited probe into Ramapo's embattled fire inspector is complete, according to sources.The long-awaited probe into Ramapo's embattled fire inspector is complete, according to sources.

    The long-awaited probe into Ramapo's embattled fire inspector is complete, according to sources.

    The long-awaited probe into Ramapo's embattled fire inspector is complete, according to sources.

  • Playing with Fire: Clock ticking for Ramapo reports

    Playing with Fire: Clock ticking for Ramapo reports

    The investigation into Ramapo's fire inspector failed to conclude on Friday as expected, causing growing concern among residents.The investigation into Ramapo's fire inspector failed to conclude on Friday as expected, causing growing concern among residents.

    The investigation into Ramapo's fire inspector failed to conclude on Friday as expected, causing growing concern among residents.

    The investigation into Ramapo's fire inspector failed to conclude on Friday as expected, causing growing concern among residents.

  • Playing with Fire: NY orders Ramapo to fix code enforcement

    Playing with Fire: NY orders Ramapo to fix code enforcement

    New York Secretary of State Cesar Perales is ordering the Town of Ramapo to fix code-enforcement problems like those turned up in News 12's "Playing with Fire" investigation.New York Secretary of State Cesar Perales is ordering the Town of Ramapo to fix code-enforcement problems like those turned up in News 12's "Playing with Fire" investigation.

    New York Secretary of State Cesar Perales is ordering the Town of Ramapo to fix code-enforcement problems like those turned up in News 12's "Playing with Fire" investigation.

    New York Secretary of State Cesar Perales is ordering the Town of Ramapo to fix code-enforcement problems like those turned up in News 12's "Playing with Fire" investigation.

  • Playing with Fire: Inspector accused of falsifying reports

    Playing with Fire: Inspector accused of falsifying reports

    The state Department of Education is accusing a local fire inspector of giving clean safety reports to several private schools which had violations.The state Department of Education is accusing a local fire inspector of giving clean safety reports to several private schools which had violations.

    The state Department of Education is accusing a local fire inspector of giving clean safety reports to several private schools which had violations. 

    The state Department of Education is accusing a local fire inspector of giving clean safety reports to several private schools which had violations. 

  • Playing With Fire: Albertus Magnus in compliance

    Playing With Fire: Albertus Magnus in compliance

    A Rockland County Catholic school that the state said flunked its fire safety report is now in compliance.A Rockland County Catholic school that the state said flunked its fire safety report is now in compliance.

    A Rockland County Catholic school that the state said flunked its fire safety report is now in compliance.

    A Rockland County Catholic school that the state said flunked its fire safety report is now in compliance.

  • Playing with Fire: Fire inspector under investigation

    Playing with Fire: Fire inspector under investigation

    Ramapo town attorney Michael Klein confirmed Tuesday that there will be a full investigation into the actions of Ramapo fire inspector Adam Peltz.Ramapo town attorney Michael Klein confirmed Tuesday that there will be a full investigation into the actions of Ramapo fire inspector Adam Peltz.

    Ramapo town attorney Michael Klein confirmed Tuesday that there will be a full investigation into the actions of Ramapo fire inspector Adam Peltz.

    Ramapo town attorney Michael Klein confirmed Tuesday that there will be a full investigation into the actions of Ramapo fire inspector Adam Peltz.

  • Playing With Fire: Lawmaker pushes for safer schools

    Playing With Fire: Lawmaker pushes for safer schools

    While a new state report shows that the number of private schools in Rockland that are out of compliance with fire safety regulations has improved, one lawmakers say it's not good enough.While a new state report shows that the number of private schools in Rockland that are out of compliance with fire safety regulations has improved, one lawmakers say it's not good enough.

    While a new state report shows that the number of private schools in Rockland that are out of compliance with fire safety regulations has improved, one lawmakers say it's not good enough.

    While a new state report shows that the number of private schools in Rockland that are out of compliance with fire safety regulations has improved, one lawmakers say it's not good enough.

  • Playing With Fire: Private school safety report

    Playing With Fire: Private school safety report

    The state Board of Education released its list of private schools in Rockland County that flunked their fire safety reports.The state Board of Education released its list of private schools in Rockland County that flunked their fire safety reports.

    The state Board of Education released its list of private schools in Rockland County that flunked their fire safety reports.

    The state Board of Education released its list of private schools in Rockland County that flunked their fire safety reports.

  • Playing With Fire: Rabbis say they are targeted

    Playing With Fire: Rabbis say they are targeted

    A group of rabbis claims their community is being unfairly targeted in Rockland County.A group of rabbis claims their community is being unfairly targeted in Rockland County.

    A group of rabbis claims their community is being unfairly targeted in Rockland County.

    A group of rabbis claims their community is being unfairly targeted in Rockland County.

  • Playing With Fire: Lawmakers take action on school safety

    Playing With Fire: Lawmakers take action on school safety

    Lawmakers from Washington, D.C. to Albany took action this week after a five-month News 12 investigation uncovered a dangerous breakdown of public safety in local private schools.Lawmakers from Washington, D.C. to Albany took action this week after a five-month News 12 investigation uncovered a dangerous breakdown of public safety in local private schools.

    Lawmakers from Washington, D.C. to Albany took action this week after a five-month News 12 investigation uncovered a dangerous breakdown of public safety in local private schools. Last month, News

    Lawmakers from Washington, D.C. to Albany took action this week after a five-month News 12 investigation uncovered a dangerous breakdown of public safety in local private schools.

  • Playing with Fire: Passing the buck on safety

    Playing with Fire: Passing the buck on safety

    When it comes to the dozens of safety code violations at many of Rockland's private schools, the blame is shared between school administrators and local and state officials.When it comes to the dozens of safety code violations at many of Rockland's private schools, the blame is shared between school administrators and local and state officials.

    When it comes to the dozens of safety code violations at many of Rockland's private schools, the blame is shared between school administrators and local and state officials.

    When it comes to the dozens of safety code violations at many of Rockland's private schools, the blame is shared between school administrators and local and state officials.

  • Playing With Fire: Codes violated at schools

    Playing With Fire: Codes violated at schools

    Public safety codes are routinely ignored inside Rockland County's non-public schools and little is being done to curb the problem, a News 12 investigation has found.Public safety codes are routinely ignored inside Rockland County's non-public schools and little is being done to curb the problem, a News 12 investigation has found.

    Public safety codes are routinely ignored inside Rockland County's non-public schools and little is being done to curb the problem, a News 12 investigation has found.

    Public safety codes are routinely ignored inside Rockland County's non-public schools and little is being done to curb the problem, a News 12 investigation has found.

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