Changing of the Guard for Clarkstown Police

Dated: February 26 2011

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Chief Peter Noonan has retired after serving New City, Congers, Valley Cottage, Bardonia, Upper Nyack, Central Nyack, West Nyack, and Nanuet since 1978 in varying capacities. He has been Chief since 2004. I've had the pleasure of meeting the Chief at least twice and he is a gentleman who cares about the people of the towns he has served. I have also had the pleasure of meeting incoming Chief Michael Sullivan at various functions. He is, like his predecessor, community-minded and caring. He has been challenged with looking for additional ways to cut costs while maintaining the levels of service that have come to be expected of the Clarkstown police. These are two very fine public servants who have made, and continue to make, themselves available to the public. Congratulations Chief Noonan and welcome to incoming Chief Sullivan!
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Diane Mitchell

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