Saturday, May 5, 2018

The Talbot County Sheriff’s Office has unveiled their opioid overdose awareness sign

PRESS RELEASE
The Talbot County Sheriff’s Office has unveiled their opioid overdose awareness sign. This sign sits adjacent to Easton Parkway (MD Route 322) on the north-east corner of the Sheriff’s Office property. The sign will capture yearly fatal and non fatal overdoses in the county. The sign is a reminder of the struggles our community faces with this epidemic.
The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank The Talbot County Council, Talbot County Manager Andy Hollis, Easton Planning & Zoning, Easton Utilities, State Highway Administration, Talbot County Health Department, Talbot County Department of Emergency Services, Robert “Bob” Davis of Easton Sign Company, Robin Keeter of Bayside Driving School, Sherry Collier of Mid-Shore restoring HOPE in Women, Talbot County Facilities Maintenance and Melvin Bowrey for their generous support and assistance with this project.


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