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Officer Lindsey Memorial Highway

Seven years ago, Utica Police Officer Thomas Lindsey was killed in the line of duty. Today, Oriskany Street was dedicated in his honor
Seven years ago, Utica Police Officer Thomas Lindsey was killed in the line of duty. Today, Oriskany Street was dedicated in his honor. Signs reading "Officer Thomas Lindsey Memorial Highway" will now greet travelers both coming and going. The DOT, law enforcement, and public officials all showing support for the fallen officer.
"So this sign is more than just a landmark, it's about remembering it's about telling people that travel through this community how much we value the law enforcement officers that serve us night and day and how much they are so much a part of this community even after they've been gone," said Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente.
Governor Andrew Cuomo just signed legislation into law that allowed for this special highway.
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