(Craig Wolf/Poughkeepsie Journal) – Dec. 10, 2014
Hill addressed a roomful of police officers gathered for the annual Law Enforcement Award Ceremony sponsored by the Dutchess County STOP-DWI Program. It was the 20th such event, and this one was at the college.
Special thanks Herkimer (DWI Coordinator Mike Edwards), Madison County (DWI Coordinator Undersheriff John Ball) and Oneida County (DWI Coordinator Tom Giruzzi) for the cooperative participation in this event. Especially for driving up through the blustery conditions, in order to be there for the PUCK DROP, thanks a lot, guys!
At the Legislative Board Meeting that day Linda Edwards, Allegany STOP-DWI Coordinator, had Privilege of the Floor where I talked about the importance of celebrating a safe holiday season. A Proclamation was made by Legislature Board Chairman Curtis Crandall proclaiming December as Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month in Allegany County, and urging the citizens of Allegany County to avoi
2014 "Lights on for Life" Press Conference which follows the Motorcade with a message from the County Executive-Maggie Brooks, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, Law Enforcement Representative-Gates Chief Jim Vanbrederode, Public Safety Director-David Moore, RAID Chairperson-Sarah Palermo and STOP-DWI Coordinator-Peggy Duffy.
Photo: Melissa Johnston, Linda Moore SADD Executive, winner Skylar Ratcliffe, Chris Strack SADD Executive, Principal Marc Czadzeck
Stay safe this holiday season! Download the FREE "Have a Plan" app at stopdwi.org/mobileapp
Co-Sponsored by: Monroe County STOP-DWI Program and Rochester Against Intoxicated Driving (RAID)
WHO: All people concerned with the issue of DWI
WHEN: Saturday, December 6th
TIME: 10:00 a.m. (Assemble vehicles at 9:45 a.m.)
LOCATION: CityPlace, Corner of West Main Street & North Fitzhugh Street
The Have a Plan app is available for free in the App Store on any smartphone.
By Aaron Curtis email@example.com
Posted Nov. 6, 2014 @ 12:18 am
Ontario County’s STOP-DWI program has launched an operation aimed at collecting $238,533 in delinquent and unpaid fines from driving while intoxicated charges.
Vampires, witches, zombies, goblins, peer pressure, drugs and alcohol. Some Halloween dangers are much more real than others.
Stay safe this Halloween!
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