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Dear Neighbors,

On behalf of the entire Town government, I thank you for taking the time to visit our website and I hope you find it a convenient source of information regarding not only the Town government, but the local community and all the great things it has to offer our residents and visitors!  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact myself or any departmental office for assistance.  As always, I continue to have an open door policy at my office; it would be my privilege to meet you!

Kindest regards,
Mary Ann Coogan
Camillus Town Supervisor

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Prescription Drug Disposal

The Camillus Police Department is providing Camillus residents an easy, safe and convenient way to properly dispose of expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs by placing 2 permanent medication collection boxes located on either side of Municipal Building.

Camillus police detectives will be responsible for the collection, security and destruction of drugs from the heavy steel, locked boxes that works much like a bank deposit-collection device.  The secure medication collection boxes were purchased for our residents with money seized from local drug dealers, are monitored with a video camera, will be emptied frequently and the contents placed in the police station’s vault while awaiting destruction.

Prescription drug abuse in the United States is increasing at alarming rates, especially for young adults who report they can easily obtain prescription pills from medicine cabinets in their own and other people’s homes.  This type of drug abuse is a major concern in communities across our country, including Camillus.  This new program will take drug disposal efforts to a new level in our town and reduce the availability of prescription drugs that have the potential to cause great harm in our community.


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