Friday, July 3, 2009

Clarkstown Town Clerk Serious About Safe, Dog Friendly Communities

This article appeared in the June Newsletter from Clarkstown NY Town Clerk, David Carlucci.

Clarkstown Town Clerk David Carlucci recently sponsored a seminar on dog bite prevention, in honor of National Dog Bite Prevention Week. Dog bites are one of the nation's most commonly reported public health problems, despite being largely preventable. Alarmingly, 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, according to the CDC. Therefore, as the licensing authority for issuing dog licenses, Carlucci feels a responsibility about taking action in educating residents on this important safety issue.

In order to raise awareness about dog safety in our community, Clarkstown Town Clerk David Carlucci, invited Kerry Potter-Kotecki of Doggone Safe, a not for profit organization, to provide an informative seminar for residents. The seminar provided empowering information to promote healthy, safe, dog friendly communities! Please visit www.clarkstownclerk.com or call Clarkstown Town Clerk David Carlucci at 845-639-2010 for more information or questions.

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