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We are thankful that Chief McNerney is back home and is safe!Town Board statement about tragedy
Chris McNerney, former Greenburgh police chief and current Larchmont Chief , was in Israel during the tragedy. He was selected by the Community Security Service of New York to represent Westchester County law enforcement along with along with colleagues from Westchester who are involved in law enforcement. We are thankful that he is back home safe. He was about 20 miles from Gaza and personally saw rockets being shot down over his head. He sheltered in place. The Chief mentioned that while he was fortunate to get out he prays for the Israeli people and understands what they are going through. He saw first hand hand the tragedy as it took place and what the Israeli people are experiencing.
The Greenburgh Town Board has issued a statement that we "stand unified in its condemnation of violence against civilians in Israel. We are deeply saddened by these acts of terrorism that cost the many lives of men, women and children during the most sacred of Jewish holidays." We will have a moment of silence tomorrow at our Town Board meeting.