Columbia County Sheriff David Harrison publicly stated his opposition to the NY Safe Act on Thursday in a meeting with the Public Safety Committee of the Columbia County Board of Supervisors. The supervisors followed with passing a resolution stating their intent to work on drafting a resolution expressing their opposition to parts of the bill.
The resolution of intent, quickly worded together by supervisors Thursday, would require cooperation with the County Government Committee and County Attorney’s Office on piecing the language together.
Harrison said he was opposed to the NY SAFE Act and would support a resolution by the supervisors to ask state legislatures to oppose the legislation, though he said “not everything is bad as far as we’re concerned.”
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