Legislator Bosworth Hosts New Hyde Park Emergency Preparedness Seminar
Nassau County Legislator Judi Bosworth (D-Great Neck) will host an Emergency Preparedness Seminar at the Clinton G. Martin Park on Wednesday, July 15 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Representatives from Nassau County’s Office of Emergency Management, along with the American Red Cross, CERT and Pet Safe Coalition, will provide information on how we can best protect ourselves, our families, friends and pets in the event of a hurricane. A representative from the Nassau County Department of Health will also be there to educate us on how to best deal with public health emergencies including West Nile virus, H1N1 influenza and food & water safety.
“I’m happy that I can provide this important service to the New Hyde Park community,” Legislator Bosworth said. “Having a plan in place ahead of time and understanding how to protect yourself and your family is vital. The experts that I’ve invited will provide all of the necessary information needed to keep residents safe and prepared in case of a hurricane or health emergency. I encourage everyone to attend this very important seminar.”
Nassau County Legislator Judi Bosworth (D-Great Neck), second from right, will be hosting an Emergency Preparedness Seminar in New Hyde Park. Last year when she held a similar seminar she was joined by, from left, Nancy Lynch, President of Pet Safe Coalition, Inc.; Richard Schnieder, American Red Cross; Greg Caronia, Deputy Commissioner Nassau County Dept of Emergency Management; and Robert Yenis, CERT.