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NFPA encourages prompt removal of Christmas trees

Nearly one-third (29 percent) of Christmas tree fires occur in January   January 2, 2020 – If you’re having trouble parting with your Christmas tree, here’s a fact to motivate you: Nearly one-third (29 percent) of U.S. home fires that begin with Christmas trees occurs in January. With this potential fire hazard in mind, the National Fire Protection […]
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Waste Carter Cancels Contract on New Years Eve

On the afternoon of New Year’s Eve, the Town of Smithtown received notice via email, from the residential carter for Districts #4 and #7, terminating services effective immediately. Town officials assembled immediately to conceive a plan to ensure that residents would have a carter to pickup curbside trash and recycling without substantial disruptions. Approximately 20%
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Huntington Opens Heckscher Park To Leashed Dogs

A pilot program allowing leashed dogs in Heckscher Park begins January 1, and Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol is working with the Long Island Dog Owners Group (LI-DOG) to spread the word about the common sense rules implemented to make the program a success. Councilwoman Cergol and LI-DOG’s educational campaign includes: An explanatory video featuring Councilwoman […]
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Rep. Zeldin Spends Christmas Day in Qatar with US Troops, Including Members of 106th Rescue Wing from Westhampton Beach!

Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) spent Christmas Day in the Middle East for the 5th consecutive Christmas visiting U.S. troops deployed in the CENTCOM Area of Operations and participating in several high level diplomatic and military meetings, discussing a wide range of topics including the fight against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, Iranian aggression, trade and […]