GREENE COUNTY – On October 7, 2021, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) met with Greene County Sheriff Peter Kusminsky, Undersheriff Adam Brainard, Captain Tracey Quinn, and Lieutenant Michael Overbaugh. The Congressman and law enforcement officials discussed how they are engaging with the community, legislative issues, and the need for additional staff and support. They also toured the new Greene County Law Enforcement Center.
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“I want to thank the Greene County Sheriff’s department and our local law enforcement for their work to keep our community safe,” said Rep. Delgado. “It was great touring the new Greene County Law Enforcement Center and hearing from officers and staff. I am thankful that so many folks candidly shared their challenges and needs with me. I was proud to deliver $9.15 million to Greene County via my Direct Support for Communities Act to support law enforcement and essential workers, invest in infrastructure, and more. I’ll keep working to secure the investments necessary to support our community and the officers who protect it.”
“We were very pleased at the opportunity to speak with Congressman Delgado and his staff while also touring parts of the new Greene County Law Enforcement Center,” said Undersheriff Brainard. “Congressman Delgado was able to see one of the newest law enforcement buildings constructed in New York State and asked many questions about day to day operations. Our staff was very thankful for his time spent listening to the challenges that face law enforcement in New York. We appreciate the open dialogue and support from our elected officials!”