“I am proud to partner with my colleagues in government to bring this important workshop to the citizens of Delaware County,” said Bonacic. “The past few years have proven that no one is immune to the devastating effects of natural disasters, and by preparing in advance, we can help mitigate those effects.”
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) said, "As we know from past (natural) disasters, weather and other types of conditions stemming from storms like Hurricanes Irene, Lee and Sandy are unpredictable and can happen quickly without warning. The only way that we can keep our families and loved ones safe is to be ready by planning and preparedness. In the aftermath, rebuilding is paramount for our livelihoods and return to 'normal' that we are accustomed to. As September is National Preparedness Month, I encourage everyone to take the time and to take advantage of this helpful workshop.”
“These types of training events can mean a world of difference to individuals who are faced with a natural disaster or emergency event. Working with Senator Bonacic and Assemblyman Crouch, I am glad that we can provide this training to the public,” said Mayor Snow.
To register for the training, please got to http://www.dhses.ny.gov/aware-prepare/nysprepare/registration/. Under current registrations click on the Delaware County – Walton event listed and follow the instructions. You will receive a confirmation email after you submit your registration.