WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – As public safety officials remind residents after the Boston Marathon bombing that if they “see something say something,” Westchester County received a security grant to bring the “See Something Say Something” program to the Bee-Line buses.
County Executive Robert Astorino will display the multifaceted initiative, which includes a television spot, bus shelter ads and more, on Thursday morning. It was paid for with a Homeland Security grant obtained by the county’s Department of Public Works and Transportation.
The grant was awarded before the bombing at the Boston Marathon on Monday, according to the statement.
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