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New Castle NY Unveils Signs in Parks Raising Food Allergy Awareness

Councilwoman Victoria Tipp, Chappaqua resident Stacey Saiontz, her son, Jared, Supervisor Lisa Katz and parent Heather Brown

Anyone with life-threatening food allergies always need to be vigilant about coming into contact with a potential allergen ... Read more here.

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