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New legislation to be signed to protect residents visiting amusement parks

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone will sign new legislation Monday to protect Long Islanders visiting amusement parks.

News 12 Staff

Jan 14, 2019, 3:08 AM

Updated 1,984 days ago

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone will sign new legislation Monday to protect Long Islanders visiting amusement parks.

Bellone will sign a bill that requires amusement parks and water parks in the county to immediately contact the appropriate law enforcement agency when a criminal act occurs on their property.
Last year, a mother complained to Splish Splash that her 14-year-old daughter and other girls were groped by men inside the water park.
Those men were escorted out of the park - without their names being taken, or police contacted.


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