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The Rocklandpost would like to thank all police, first responders and utility workers that assisted in keeping Rocklander's safe - The Rockland PostThe Rockland Post
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The Rocklandpost would like to thank all police, first responders and utility workers that assisted in keeping Rocklander’s safe

 

BY CAROL MCILMURRAY

Well, it was a nasty weekend. Electric power lines downed by multiple falling trees, gusting and whipping winds that blew cars around the new Westchester-Rockland Bridge with icy temperatures with quite the complimentary freezing winter bite. Fingertips everywhere were feeling the freeze.

If it was not for the dedicated men and women of our fine police departments, paramedics, fire and electrical workers, we wouldn’t be on our way back to normal.

Please, if you see a professional in any of these departments, take the time to say thank you. Their hard work and commitment to our community is what makes Rockland a great place to live.

 

Rocklandpost.com says thank you for your service!

 

 

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