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Forum on ‘bath salts’ set Nov. 27

OSWEGO, NY – A public community forum on bath salts is scheduled for 6 p.m. November 27 in the Robinson-Faust Theatre of the Performing Arts at Oswego High School.

This forum was originally scheduled for October, but was cancelled due to the situation surrounding Superstorm Sandy.

Lee Livermore, public education coordinator at Upstate University Hospital, will be joined by representatives from law enforcement, the district attorney’s office, emergency medical services, Farnham Family Services (prevention, addiction and treatment) and a family that has gone through a problem with bath salts.

Speakers will talk about their specific areas and then the public will be able to ask questions.

The forum is open to the public.

For information, call Bill Foley at the Oswego City School District Clerk’s Office at 341-2020.

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