States of Emergency Declared in Croton-on-Hudson and Tarrytown

The following are letters sent by the office of Janine King, Village Manager of Croton-on-Hudson and Drew Fixell, Mayor and Chief Executive of the Village of Tarrytown

State of Emergency is hereby declared in the Village of Croton-on­Hudson for a period of time effective immediately and continuing for the next thirty days.

The State of Emergency has been declared due to emergency conditions produced by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Such conditions threaten or imperil the public safety of the citizens of this municipality. As Chief Executive Officer of this municipality, I have exercised the authority given to me under New York State Executive Law, Article 2-8, to preserve the public safety and hereby render all required and available assistance vital to the security, well-being and health of the citizens of the community.

I hereby direct the Police Department, Fire Department, Department of Public Works, and Emergency Medical Services to take whatever steps necessary to protect life and property, public infrastructure and other such emergency assistance as deemed necessary.

 

Based on ongoing news about the pandemic involving the Coronavirus COVID-19, and out of an abundance of caution at this date and time, pursuant to the New York State Executive Law, Article 2-B, Section 24, I, Drew Fixell, Mayor and Chief Executive of the Village of Tarrytown, hereby declare a State of Emergency, effective at 8 a.m. on Sunday, March 15, 2020 which will remain in effect for at least thirty (30) days or until further notice.

 

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