Updated 09/11/2011 06:35 PM
Town of Ulster fire and police departments remember 9/11
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ULSTER, N.Y. -- Members of the Town of Ulster Fire Department and police departments attended the town’s remembrance ceremony for 9/11 victims.
A wreath was taken out by officials on a boat to be laid in the Hudson River. Assemblyman Kevin Cahill say it’s important to never forget 9/11 and the impact and significance it continues to have on our country.
Cahill said, “Today we remember what happened on that day but also keep in mind those people who have given their lives over the past 10 years, now even more that gave their lives that day in defense of our freedom and a statement to the world that our spirit will be broken."
Also in attendance were Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack, Town of Ulster Supervisor Jim Quigley, Ulster County DA Holly Carnright, and Ulster County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach.