Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon advises calling 911 to report nonprofits

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon advises calling 911 to report nonprofits

Posted: Mar 26, 2020 / 08:08 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 26, 2020 / 08:27 PM EDT

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – For weeks, you’ve been hearing the advice of the Onondaga County Executive on social distraction to help stop the spread of COVID-19, but people are moving on disobeying the county mayor’s order, something else would now be against non-compliance.

At his daily press conference on Thursday, Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon advised people to call 911 if they see people not following the law violating social norms.

McMahon said, “We have put in place a system now that our 911 dispatchers will make social security calls, we have worked with our police department, and the police department will respond to those calls.” a, “McMahon said.

The district official said his office received phone calls of people moving and staying in large quantities at the park, and McMahon said there was a system for 911 to address these concerns.

People gather for the Raddison Greens Golf Course parking lot

The Raddison Greens Colf will not open at the time these photos are released, and is still closed for the time being. The officials said they are making every effort to ensure that this does not happen again.

McMahon also said police will usually provide early warning, but those who disobey will be banned.

Social and emotional involvement involves staying at least six feet full-time and refusing to accept or participate in any unnecessary social gatherings.

According to McMahon, public dragging is one of the best practices to try and break the cycle. His decision to involve the police department comes after 30 new cases were reported in a Thursday press release.

The mayor expressed his dismay that he would take extreme measures to ensure compliance with the law.

My landlady, who is helping with this fight and disease, is going to talk to 911 about this problem, sit down and spend hours talking about how this works, visit 911 crew, then go to the police who have other things. do… After eight or nine hours of planning, if you add that these are all your dollar bills, few people make good money because some people need to stick together when they should not be converging. to have a keg session. These are things we have no immediate answer to because it is undeniable, and we never thought we would do these things.

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon

In a press conference, McMahon also said the district will also be setting up camp to prevent the number of people coming together in one location. The district chief said that parks in the state would be closed as soon as parking reaches the third floor.

McMahon said he will have park rangers in these camps to enforce this law.

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