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Ramapo Daily Voice serves Airmont, Chestnut Ridge, Hillburn, Hillcrest, Kaser, Monsey, Montebello, Mount Ivy, New Hempstead, New Square, Pomona, Sloatsburg, Spring Valley, Suffern, Tallman, Viola & Wesley Hills

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James Mcevoy

Community Advisor

James Mcevoy is a Rockland County resident who possesses 19 years of business experience in fields from technology to solar energy and politics. He currently is involved in various technology and solar energy projects in New York and New Jersey. He is a Don Bosco prep alumni. He serves on the Cherry Lane PTA and is involved in many civic activities.His biggest passion however is being a father to his young son Jamison. 

James Mcevoy's Contributions

  1. Solar Company Owned By Ramapo Man Set For Big Project In Philippines

    Solar Company Owned By Ramapo Man Set For Big Project In Philippines

    RAMAPO, N.Y. - A solar firm owned by a Ramapo man and Daily Voice community advisor will undertake the design and construction of solar farms in the Philippines. The first project for Ubiquity Energy, the firm owned by Ramapo resident James Mcevoy, will be located in Cotabato City and is expected to generate enough power to benefit 35,000 homes while reducing electric rates by 35 ...

  2. Cherry Lane Car Wash Benefits Hi Tor Animal Shelter

    Cherry Lane Car Wash Benefits Hi Tor Animal Shelter

    RAMAPO, N.Y. -- Cherry Lane fifth graders held a car wash this past Saturday to benefit the Hi-Tor Animal Care Center. The students raised $783 for the shelter and had many happy car wash customers. The gentleman from the classic car club showed up to lend support and Frank Armstrong donated his time to DJ the event, while Patty Roemer-Deluca, Samira Cantor, James Mcevoy and Virginia ...

  3. Suffern's Vincent Crotty Foundation Event Helps Needy Kids

    Suffern's Vincent Crotty Foundation Event Helps Needy Kids

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- The Vincent Crotty Memorial Foundation and the Suffern Police Benevolent Association's recent seventh annual wing night was a success.Chief Clarke Osborn worked the entrance greeting and thanking all for showing their support before making his way around to try and thank as many as possible individually. The Crotty family put together the night and had enough food to ...

  4. Ramapo Central Honors Students For Caring, Citizenship

    Ramapo Central Honors Students For Caring, Citizenship

    AIRMONT, N.Y. -- Students who have shown outstanding character were honored during a recent breakfast at Cherry Lane Elementary School in Airmont.The students were awarded for various reasons, including caring, and citizenship. Principal Angela Aguilar congratulated both parents and students for their excellence in their individual achievements but also for helping to contribute to a ...

  5. Daily Voice North Rockland Community Advisor Appears On Local Talk Show

    Daily Voice North Rockland Community Advisor Appears On Local Talk Show

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- James McEvoy, a community advisor for Daily Voice's North Rockland site, appeared in an April episode of "The Cooler" with host, lifestyle reporter Rebecca Berman.Berman, of Hudson Valley, launched the television show.During his appearance, McEvoy discusses Charna Wallet, his business venture."I was so lucky to have James Mcevoy on my show. James ...

  6. Suffern Foundation Keeps Love Of Son Alive

    Suffern Foundation Keeps Love Of Son Alive

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- The story behind the good works of the Vincent Crotty Memorial Foundation in Suffern is really a story about a community coming together to grieve, heal, and create a legacy.In March 2010, Vincent Crotty was an 18-year-old senior at Suffern High School and was on both the varsity basketball and baseball teams; he had committed to play baseball at SUNY-IT in Utica. ...

  7. Suffern Street Fair Draws More Than 1,500

    Suffern Street Fair Draws More Than 1,500

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- More than 1,500 visitors attended the recent Suffern Street Fair that offered everything from food to face painting, according to Suffern Mayor Ed Markunis.The event featured various vendors including Gryos, Frankie's Dogs, Italian Ice, Il Villagio, and fried Oreo's. Besides food and fun, attendees also visited product vendors that offered many choices to fit all ...

  8. More Scenes From The Storm: Shoveling Snow in Airmont

    More Scenes From The Storm: Shoveling Snow in Airmont

    AIRMONT, N.Y. – For builders of snowmen and lovers of winter sports, this weekend’s storm was something to celebrate, but for those of us who have to shovel the fluffy white stuff -- no matter how pretty it makes everything look -- the feeling was definitely … Meh!Meanwhile, the Mcevoy family in Airmont was doing its level best Saturday to keep its driveway and walks clear as the ...

  9. Suffern Gets New Plant To Assemble Solar Panels, Components

    Suffern Gets New Plant To Assemble Solar Panels, Components

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- A new plant to assemble solar panels and all related components is coming to Suffern.It's slated to begin construction early in the year, by Ubiquity Energy Inc., in a selected location that benefits from easy and fast road, rail and port access. Initially limited to assembly of imported and domestic parts, the plant will rapidly grow into manufacturing its own panels ...

  10. Energy Company Set To Build New Plant In Suffern

    Energy Company Set To Build New Plant In Suffern

    SUFFERN, N.Y. – An energy company set to produce solar panels plans to break ground on a new plant in the village early next year.Ubiquity Energy Inc., which also will assemble components related to the solar panels, said it intends to train more than 200 technicians to install and sell the panels to local homeowners and businesses.The technicians are set to make between $12-$15 per ...

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