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If you believe you have been exposed or that you have symptoms of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), CALL YOUR DOCTOR. Please do not walk in to your doctor’s office or to the Emergency Room and risk exposing the staff and other patients. If you arrive to Saratoga Hospital, you will be directed to a safe entry at a nearby testing location.
For all other questions, call:
NYS Novel Coronavirus Hotline: 1-888-364-3065
Saratoga County Public Health Services:
24-hour emergency line: 518-584-7460
The DWI Victim Impact Panel will once again be limited to 40 attendees.
Regardless of vaccination status, defendants will need to wear a mask until seated.
Upcoming DWI Victim Impact Panels are scheduled for:
November 9, 2021 –Ballston Spa – 12 seats available
December 14, 2021 –Ballston Spa
January 11, 2022 – Ballston Spa
February 8, 2022 – Ballston Spa
March 8, 2022 – Ballston Spa
April 12, 2022 – Ballston Spa
May 10, 2022 – Ballston Spa
All panels in 2021 are being held at the Cornell Cooperative Extension
50 West High Street, Ballston Spa, NY and begin promptly at 7:00 pm
*Everyone must wear a mask until seated
*A preference will be given to pre-registered attendees
*Walk-ins will be admitted until capacity is met; on a first come, first serve basis
*Guests will be admitted only if seats are available
The Ballston Spa High School hosted the Sheriff’s Teen Council on May 2, 2019 in the High School library. The Council meets on a monthly basis to discuss current health and safety topics. The students heard from Sheriff Zurlo, Captain Dan Morley, Saratoga County STOP DWI Coordinator Wes Carr, and Sarah Leidel on the dangers of intoxicated and impaired driving, and illicit drug use. Sarah’s daughter Kari Leidel was a student at Ballston Spa High School when she was killed by a drunk driver in 2012.
In attendance were students from Ballston Spa and Galway High Schools, with students from Burnt Hills – Ballston Lake and Corinth High Schools in attendance via video conference.
The Sheriff’s Office would like to once again thank Sarah Leidel for her tireless, selfless dedication to stopping intoxicated and impaired driving by sharing her daughter’s story. No parent should ever have to endure the pain and suffering she experienced and her efforts to keep our students safe are nothing short of remarkable.
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