Monday, June 11, 2012
In a few days the population of Sullivan County will triple as an influx of summer residents, mostly from the City of New York, will move to the Catskills county for two months this summer.
Sheriff Michael Schiff said the mostly Hasidic summer residents have a very good relationship with his office.
"We have found having meetings with them has worked out very well," he said. "Whenever there is a problem in their community and we need help, we call and we get the help we need to resolve the situation, and visa versus. If there is something wrong from that end and there is any criminal activity, problems in the community, they call us and we react promptly."
Schiff said his office works in partnership with the summer residents.
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