Mayor’s Message (Cornwall-on-Hudson Police Department Edition)
April 19, 2022
Mayor’s Message (Cornwall-on-Hudson Police Department Edition):
Dear Cornwall-on-Hudson residents, neighbors, and friends:
In this edition, we would like to highlight our intrepid police department and showcase some members of our force. As recent events in Brooklyn so perfectly highlighted last week, our nation is beyond blessed to have men and women in blue who selflessly run to the sounds of the guns. Our department is located on the backside of Village Hall, 325 Hudson Street, and remains poised to always to “protect and serve.” We are supremely proud of our police department’s rollout of the body-worn camera initiative last month.
PHOTO #1: P.O. James Lynch
PHOTO #2: P.O. Theo Dawydko
PHOTO #3: P.O. Stephen Berean
PHOTO #4: Sgt. John Peña
PHOTO #5: P.O. Jonathan Kapczak
PHOTO #6: P.O. Antinori and Chief Dixon (along w/German tourists visiting COHPD HQ).
PHOTO #7 P.O. Thomas Moran
IMPORTANT NOTE: Village Hall just received a limited allotment of COVID-19 rapid test kits. Available on a first-come-first-served basis. Residents may simply stop by Village Hall M-F during normal business hours (8:30AM-4:30PM) and receive two kits.
Special Thanks to the Water Department last week for working 56 straight hours to mitigate a major water main leak and ensure faulty pipes were repaired and replaced, and to the Department of Public Works for handling multiple clogged storm drains across the Village after a number of heavy rainfalls.
On behalf of your Village Board,
James A. “Jimmy” Gagliano