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Rockland Traffic Safety Board Selects 2016 Logo Contest Winner

Student J.T. Mancini designed this winning logo for the Rockland County Traffic Safety Board.
Student J.T. Mancini designed this winning logo for the Rockland County Traffic Safety Board. Photo Credit: Rockland County Safety Board

NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Student J.T. Mancini will be honored on Tuesday by County Executive Ed Day, Sheriff Louis Falco, III and Legislative Chairman Alden Wolfe for his winning submission to the Rockland County Traffic Safety Board.

In 2015, the Rockland County Traffic Safety Board held a contest for area high schools to submit an artistic or graphic design for a logo that the board could use for the calendar year 2016.

Mancini's submission was chosen over many other creative designs. His design will be prominently displayed on all TSB communications such as the Traffic Safety Board website, Facebook and on its letterhead.

The Traffic Safety Board is hoping to make this an annual event

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