Washington County mulls future of sex offender residency law

8-4-2011 New York: FORT EDWARD — Washington County officials want the public to sound off on whether to overturn a local law that regulates where sex offenders can live and work. Members of the Public Safety Committee voted 5-2 in favor of pushing a resolution forward to have the full Board of Supervisors schedule a public hearing on the local law, which was adopted in January of 2009. The county's sex offender law prohibits sex offenders from living or working within 1,000 feet of public or private elementary, middle or high schools, child care facilities, parks, playgrounds,… [[This,an article summary.Please visit my website for complete article, and more.]]

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