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Our DPW crews will be out salting roads in early AMicy conditions could be dangerous -- stay home, avoid accidentswe gave out almost 3,000 masks today! Over 2000 left to distribute tomorrow
HAZARDOUS ROAD ALERT--DPW CREWS TO SALT ROADS IN AM BUT PLEASE STAY OFF ROADS
Just got off the phone with the Commissioner of Public Works, Rich Fon. We have been advised that road conditions tomorrow AM will be very hazardous. Roads will be ICY and SLIPPERY. We are calling in our DPW crews early in the morning to salt the roads. We strongly recommend that you stay off the roads in early morning -hours we want you to be safe and stay safe and don't want you to be the victim of a car accident. By late AM the road conditions will improve and driving should be safer.
Every year, when black ice conditions exist, hospitals get lots of emergency calls. Falling incidents could be life threatening when one falls on their heads. PLEASE, Please be careful.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor
MASK DISTRIBUTION EFFORT TODAY WAS A BIG SUCCESS--CLOSE TO 3,000 KN95 MASKS DISTRIBUTED
PS: Thank you County Executive George Latimer, Town Board members Ken Jones, Francis Sheehan, Ellen Hendrickx for your efforts today handing out K-95 masks at 100 E Hartsdale Ave and at the Greenburgh Library. We distributed close to 3,000 masks --have slightly more than two boxes left (just over 2,000 more masks). One mask kit per person---5 masks in each kit. Will be at Acme Supermarket at noon to 1 PM on Knollwood Road and at the Greenburgh Housing Authority on Maple Ave after that time. The County Executive advised me today that he is trying to obtain more masks and Covid rapid tests and will be distributing them to local governments to give out when the county gets them. The Town Board will work hard distributing masks/covid rapid tests as soon as we get them. WE currently have no rapid tests left.