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McCoy Urges Safety; Keeps County Services Available With Smaller Staff

March 13, 2017

The snow is coming and Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy wants everyone to be safe. At the same time, he knows that residents may need Albany County services and he is making sure they are available. Albany County departments will be operating with a smaller crew on Tuesday, March 14th. That means non-essential personnel are able to take the day off and charge their accruals.

If employees are unable to come to work, they should notify their department or supervisor as normal. As a reminder, should county offices need to be closed due to extremely severe weather, the County Executive’s Office will notify the local media, post the closing on the Albany County website and notify employees via email.

This non-essential personnel message does not apply to the Albany County Nursing Home or Department of Public Works. In fact, Albany County DPW will have nearly 50 plows out on the roads at 3:30 tomorrow morning and we have plenty of salt.

County Executive McCoy urges everyone to be safe, make sure you have water, candles and batteries in case you lose power and check on any senior neighbors.

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Albany County ExecutiveDaniel P. McCoy