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Storm preparedness seminar tonight in Amityville

Winds from superstorm Sandy topple a large tree

Winds from superstorm Sandy topple a large tree across three lanes of the westbound Sunrise Highway at County Line Road in Amityville about 8 a.m. The Amityville Fire and Police Departments, Suffolk County police, along with their Emergency Services and the Village of Amityville Highway Department, all responded to the incident. (Oct. 29, 2012) Credit: Paul Mazza

Amityville Village’s Office of Emergency Management and the Amityville Police Department will present a seminar on hurricane preparedness for the upcoming storm season tonight at 7 p.m.

Guest speakers include Charles Flagg, professor of marine and atmospheric science at Stony Brook University, and Brian Zitani, waterways management supervisor for the Town of Babylon.

The seminar will be held at Amityville High School, 250 Merrick Rd. Hurricane season begins June 1.


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