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No Room at the Inn: Westchester County Red Cross Fails Pet Owners

October 05, 2011 - 22:02
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RedCrossatALMS

Based on her experience in the 2007 floods,Tina Coleman fiqured she'd better see what provisions had been made for people who had to evacuate to Red Cross shelters with pets. During the 2007 evacuations to Mamaroneck High School, people with pets were prevented from staying at that shelter. Tina and her husband Bill shuttled back and forth taking in 16 pets that they cared for until their owners could get back home.

Tina has been working with all types of animals since a young age. She has been trained through the American Humane Association for diaster relief, versed in animal CPR and has worked for veterinarians for over 25 years. She is with the Westchester County DA's Task Force for The Prevention of Animal Abuse and helps out with pet rescue all over the United States.

Fallen Tree in Residence Park Stumps Local Officials in New Rochelle

August 31, 2011 - 01:53
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MayorTreeResPark

Every cop, firefighter, DPW supervisor, elected official and Con Ed worker agrees. The tree at 22 Laurel Place needs to come down.

A city tree in the Residence Park section of New Rochelle, NY fell Sunday at about 5 PM, as high winds kicked up on the back end of what was Hurricane Irene, shutting off power to the residence. New Rochelle Firemen and Police officers responded. They looked the tree over and saw it was being supported by a triple combo of another tree, walkway and live electrical wires, Clearly, the all agreed, it should come down. They called it in and the section was yellow taped roped off.

On Monday, Joe from DPW was visiting his sister on Liberty Avenue. He happened upon the yellow tape. Not knowing anything about it, he dutifully radioed it in. Talking to the homeowner, he agreed the tree needed to come down. Later that day Michael Duffy, a Con Edison supervisor from Manhattan meandered up and looked at the tree.

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No Room at the Inn: Westchester County Red Cross Fails Pet Owners

RedCrossatALMS

Based on her experience in the 2007 floods,Tina Coleman fiqured she'd better see what provisions had been made for people who had to evacuate to Red Cross shelters with pets. During the 2007 evacuations to Mamaroneck High School, people with pets were prevented from staying at that shelter. Tina and her husband Bill shuttled back and forth taking in 16 pets that they cared for until their owners could get back home.

Tina has been working with all types of animals since a young age. She has been trained through the American Humane Association for diaster relief, versed in animal CPR and has worked for veterinarians for over 25 years. She is with the Westchester County DA's Task Force for The Prevention of Animal Abuse and helps out with pet rescue all over the United States.

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Fallen Tree in Residence Park Stumps Local Officials in New Rochelle

MayorTreeResPark

Every cop, firefighter, DPW supervisor, elected official and Con Ed worker agrees. The tree at 22 Laurel Place needs to come down.

A city tree in the Residence Park section of New Rochelle, NY fell Sunday at about 5 PM, as high winds kicked up on the back end of what was Hurricane Irene, shutting off power to the residence. New Rochelle Firemen and Police officers responded. They looked the tree over and saw it was being supported by a triple combo of another tree, walkway and live electrical wires, Clearly, the all agreed, it should come down. They called it in and the section was yellow taped roped off.

On Monday, Joe from DPW was visiting his sister on Liberty Avenue. He happened upon the yellow tape. Not knowing anything about it, he dutifully radioed it in. Talking to the homeowner, he agreed the tree needed to come down. Later that day Michael Duffy, a Con Edison supervisor from Manhattan meandered up and looked at the tree.

Read more
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