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Sandy Update With Tours and Press Conference

Sandy Update With Tours and Press Conference

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Monday, October 29, 2012
Albany County Executive Tours Coeymans, Holds NewsConference with Sheriff
 Albany County is ready for Hurricane Sandy and Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy willtour Coeymans this afternoon. The residents in the Miller Road area are under voluntaryevacuation. McCoy, Town Supervisor Stephen Flach and Police Chief Gregory Darlington willbe at the intersection of Miller and Kruger Roads at 1:30 p.m. to check the bridge and creek levels. They will then proceed to Ravena Coeymans High School where a shelter has been setup. From there, the County Executive heads to the Albany County Emergency OperationsCenter for a 3 p.m. news conference with Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple. The Center willbe open and staffed around the clock until further notice. The County EOC is located at the
Sheriff’s Public Safety & Community Resource Building on Verda Avenue in the Hamlet of 
“Our crews are ready,” said McCoy.
“Hurricane Irene taught us some valuable lessons and we’d
rather be over prepared. Albany County DPW has been in touch with all municipalities to makesure all needs are anticipated from equipment to shelter to communications. The partnership wehave with th
e Sheriff’s Office has enabled us to keep all residents informed quickly.”
“Please take all proper precautions to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you,”said Frank Commisso, Majority Leader of the Albany County Legislature. “Please try t
o remaincalm and remember that United Way is offering a 2-1-1 helping hotline, should you find yourself in need of any disaster-
related services.”
“I want to thank County Executive Dan McCoy and Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple for their 
quick response
in preparing the residents of Albany County for Hurricane Sandy,” said ChristineBenedict, Minority Leader of the Albany County Legislature. “The residents of Albany County
should heed the advice of Government officials and take every precaution to keep your family
and yourself safe.”

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