Levy urges residents to call for assistance if needed

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy is urging residents who may have lost power or are in need of some other assistance to utilize a county

BABYLON - Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy is urging residents who may have lost power or are in need of some other assistance to utilize a county emergency center.

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Levy spoke with News 12 Long Island regarding the various services available to residents in need of a helping hand during the blizzard.  Other than the emergency center set up in Yaphank, Suffolk County also works with a community emergency response team that checks on the elderly and disabled during hazardous weather conditions.   

Levy is also urging residents in need of assistance to call 631-852-4900.

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