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Bid Notice for May 5, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - New Hope Grinder

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Bid Notice for May 10, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - South Fallsburg Main Street Sidewalk Replacement

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Public Hearing Notice of Proposed Annexation

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Fallsburg Comets Youth Football Team

Sign-Ups

April 17th - April 21st

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Fallsburg Comets Youth Football Spaghetti Dinner

May 10, 2017 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Summer Camp Registration Application

 

Summer Camp Staff Employment Application

 

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB WEBSITE

 

 

 

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DEC: Residential Brush Burning in NYS Prohibited Through May 14

 

Burn Ban has decreased spring wildfires 35 percent since 2009

Ban reduces wildfire risks, protects lives and property

 

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reminds residents that with warming temperatures and dry conditions, residential brush burning is prohibited March 16 through May 14 across New York State.

Due to the lack of snow cover over much of the state and with rising temperatures forecasted for the coming weeks, conditions for wildfires could be heightened.

 

New York first enacted strict restrictions on open burning in 2009 to help prevent wildfires and reduce air pollution. The regulations allow residential brush fires in towns with fewer than 20,000 residents during most of the year, but prohibit such burning in spring when most wildfires occur.

 

Campfires using charcoal or untreated wood are allowed, but people should never leave such fires unattended and must extinguish them. Burning garbage or leaves is prohibited year-round.

 

Violators of the state's open burning regulation are subject to both criminal and civil enforcement actions, with a minimum fine of $500 for a first offense.

 

To report environmental law violations call 1-800-TIPP DEC

(1-800-847-7332), or report online on DEC's website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Town of Fallsburg is seeking Building Inspector to work in the South Fallsburg Office.

 

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Town of Fallsburg, N.Y. (845) 434-8810