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District Attorney P. David Soares to Hold Public Meetings on Marijuana Laws

Albany County District Attorney David Soares

 

 

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ALBANY, NY- District Attorney P. David Soares announced today that a new series of public meetings will be held this summer to discuss marijuana laws with communities in Albany County. These meetings will give residents of Albany County an opportunity to ask questions and discuss public safety concerns about marijuana legalization and the future of marijuana laws and prosecution.  In addition to the public meetings, Albany County residents are also invited to take an online survey to share opinions on the topic.
Current public meetings are being held on the following Wednesdays throughout the month of June:
Wednesday, June 6th, at 6 PM, at Albany Public Library, located at     148 Henry Johnson Blvd, Albany, NY 12210

Monday, June 11th, at 6 PM, at Berne Public Library, located at        1763 Helderberg Trail, Berne, NY 12023

Wednesday, June 13th, at 6 PM, at Guilderland Public Library, located at 2228 Western Avenue, Guilderland, NY 12084

Monday, June 18th, at 6 PM, at Cohoes Public Library, located at        169 Mohawk St # 2, Cohoes, NY 12047

Wednesday, June 20th, at 6 PM, at Bethlehem Public Library, located at 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY 12054

Residents of Albany County that are unable to attend the scheduled meetings can still share opinions about marijuana laws by filling out our online survey.  The survey can be found on our website www.albanycountyda.com by clicking on the green logo seal:


ALBANY, NY- District Attorney P. David Soares announced today that a new series of public meetings will be held this summer to discuss marijuana laws with communities in Albany County. These meetings will give residents of Albany County an opportunity to ask questions and discuss public safety concerns about marijuana legalization and the future of marijuana laws and prosecution.  In addition to the public meetings, Albany County residents are also invited to take an online survey to share opinions on the topic.
Current public meetings are being held on the following Wednesdays throughout the month of June:
Wednesday, June 6th, at 6 PM, at Albany Public Library, located at     148 Henry Johnson Blvd, Albany, NY 12210

Monday, June 11th, at 6 PM, at Berne Public Library, located at        1763 Helderberg Trail, Berne, NY 12023

Wednesday, June 13th, at 6 PM, at Guilderland Public Library, located at 2228 Western Avenue, Guilderland, NY 12084

Monday, June 18th, at 6 PM, at Cohoes Public Library, located at        169 Mohawk St # 2, Cohoes, NY 12047

Wednesday, June 20th, at 6 PM, at Bethlehem Public Library, located at 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY 12054

Residents of Albany County that are unable to attend the scheduled meetings can still share opinions about marijuana laws by filling out our online survey.  The survey can be found on our website www.albanycountyda.com by clicking on the green logo seal:


ALBANY, NY- District Attorney P. David Soares announced today that a new series of public meetings will be held this summer to discuss marijuana laws with communities in Albany County. These meetings will give residents of Albany County an opportunity to ask questions and discuss public safety concerns about marijuana legalization and the future of marijuana laws and prosecution. In addition to the public meetings, Albany County residents are also invited to take an online survey to share opinions on the topic.

Current public meetings are being held on the following Wednesdays throughout the month of June:

Wednesday, June 6th, at 6 PM, at Albany Public Library Arbor Hill/West Hill Branch,
 located at 148 Henry Johnson Blvd, Albany, NY 12210

Monday, June 11th, at 6 PM, at Berne Public Library, located at 
1763 Helderberg Trail, Berne, NY 12023

Wednesday, June 13th, at 6 PM, at Guilderland Public Library, located at 
2228 Western Avenue, Guilderland, NY 12084

Monday, June 18th, at 6 PM, at Cohoes Public Library, located at 
169 Mohawk St # 2, Cohoes, NY 12047

Wednesday, June 20th, at 6 PM, at Bethlehem Public Library, located at 
451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY 12054

Residents of Albany County that are unable to attend the scheduled meetings can still share opinions about marijuana laws by filling out our brief online survey. The survey takes less than a minute to fill out and can be found on our website www.albanycountyda.com by clicking on the green logo seal:



For more information please contact Cecilia Walsh at (518) 275-4710 or [email protected] 
ALBANY, NY- District Attorney P. David Soares announced today that a new series of public meetings will be held this summer to discuss marijuana laws with communities in Albany County. These meetings will give residents of Albany County an opportunity to ask questions and discuss public safety concerns about marijuana legalization and the future of marijuana laws and prosecution.  In addition to the public meetings, Albany County residents are also invited to take an online survey to share opinions on the topic.
Current public meetings are being held on the following Wednesdays throughout the month of June:
Wednesday, June 6th, at 6 PM, at Albany Public Library, located at     148 Henry Johnson Blvd, Albany, NY 12210

Monday, June 11th, at 6 PM, at Berne Public Library, located at        1763 Helderberg Trail, Berne, NY 12023

Wednesday, June 13th, at 6 PM, at Guilderland Public Library, located at 2228 Western Avenue, Guilderland, NY 12084

Monday, June 18th, at 6 PM, at Cohoes Public Library, located at        169 Mohawk St # 2, Cohoes, NY 12047

Wednesday, June 20th, at 6 PM, at Bethlehem Public Library, located at 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY 12054

Residents of Albany County that are unable to attend the scheduled meetings can still share opinions about marijuana laws by filling out our online survey.  The survey can be found on our website www.albanycountyda.com by clicking on the green logo seal:







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