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2019 Spring Burn Ban March 16th - May 14th

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, March 13

The State DEC is sending a reminder to citizens that residential brush burning will be prohibited between March 16 and May 14.

With temperatures warming up, the DEC says wildfires can start and spread easily thanks to the presence of dead grass and fall debris. Windy weather and a lack of green vegetation could make things worse.

“While many people associate wildfires with the western United States, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Joe McCormick, Jim DiSalvo, Dave McCormick
Joe McCormick, Jim DiSalvo, Dave McCormick

St Patricks Day Parade 2019

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, March 03

This year’s St. Patricks Day Parade honored Grand Marshals Joe and David McCormick. Joe is a long serving member of the HFFD and other organizations with the town and village and we are proud in his selection along with Dave leading the annual parade in the Town of Highlands. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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The Clean 15

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, February 02

Pinpointing the exact cause of cancer is extremely difficult because firefighters are not exposed to just one agent. They are exposed to multiple cancer-causing agents. Because of the multiple exposures and the multiple routes of exposure — they inhale carcinogens and carcinogens are absorbed through the skin — it is also highly unlikely for firefighters to get only one type of cancer. The video shows ... (Full Story)


 
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Chief Smith, President Galu & Fire Fighter James setting out to deliver gifts.
Chief Smith, President Galu & Fire Fighter James setting out to deliver gifts.

HFIS Adopt A Child Program

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, December 27

Local organizations, school staff, volunteers from The Center and Chamber of Commerce generously contributed to this year's Adopt a Child program. The program organized by the Highland Falls Intermediate School was able to provide 150+ local children with presents and holiday cheer! The Highland Falls Fire Department, Village of Highland Falls and the Town of Highlands Police Department delivered ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Christmas Tree Safety

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, December 16

Seconds vs Minutes, Watering your Christmas Tree Reduces the Fire Hazard and buys you time.

Every year in the U.S., fire departments respond to an estimated 210 home fires involving Christmas trees. Even though Christmas tree fires are infrequent, when they occur, they can be dangerous and costly. These fires cause an annual average of 6 deaths, 16 injuries, and $16.2 million in property damage. ... (Full Story)


 
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