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Fire Prevention Week 2007

 

First, I would like to thank the following companies for making a monetary donation during Fire Prevention Week 2007; Globe Fire Suits, The Kentek Corporation, Northeast Earth Mechanics INC, Maxfield Ace Hardware, Target, Sam’s Club and Wal-Mart.   Your support, as always, is greatly appreciated. Without support these programs could not happen. Thank you again!  I would also like to thank the Pittsfield Elementary School staff and students, and Blueberry Express for their support during the week.

 

As we move forward to a new year, we look into our crystal ball and try to plan and educate accordingly for things to come. A hot topic lately is heating. Almost half of Pittsfield building fires are heating related! Most are chimney fires. This is alarming to us because wood is making a big comeback.  Chimneys that have heavy use, or are using green wood are more susceptible to fire from buildup of creosote on the walls of the chimney. In older chimneys, or chimneys that do not have liners, fire is more likely to extend from the wall of the chimney into the partitions of a house. Most of the time, cleaning your chimney is not on your “things-to-do” list during the summer, when you are planning a vacation or a long weekend. Most homeowners have their chimney cleaned right before the cold season, when chimney sweeps are at their busiest. A simple way to remember to have your chimney cleaned is to mark it on your calendar and call for an appointment the day after July 4.  Make it a priority on your “thing-to-do” list!

 

I always talk about fire prevention; however this year we will be conducting a few programs to promote EMS safety. Health safety is also important, such as blood pressure screening. Screening can, over a few months, show a trend in your blood pressure. This will make talking to your doctor about it easier.  We will also be conducting a pilot program for Community First Aid and CPR. Keep a look out for information this spring!

 

Lastly, our “We Can’t Help You if We Can’t Find You” campaign is still ongoing. Please take a few minutes to make sure your home is numbered, and the number is visible from the road. If your house sits off the road, a mail box or stake in the ground might suffice. The larger the numbers, the easier it is for us to find you. However, they must be contrasting with the background color; all the same color at night is just that, the same and it all blends together. Pittsfield has a very comprehensive, cut and dry ordinance on the proper way to number your house.

 

Again, I would like to thank everyone who helped during the year on the various public education events the Pittsfield Fire Department has hosted, and attended. Without the support from the community and local businesses these events wouldn’t have happened.

 

The Pittsfield Fire and Rescue Service and I are grateful for all of the support and help you have provided. Community support for these events is critical. Without the citizen and business support you provided we could not have provided the fire safety programs to the community.

 

Yours in Fire Safety
Lt Nicholas Abell
Pittsfield Fire Department
Fire Prevention Bureau

 

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Request For Bids 

The Town of Pittsfield is accepting bids for the cleanup of a burned homesite at 136 Rocky Point Road.  The project will consist of removing the remains of the burned building, dismantling and burying or removing the crumbled foundation, and leveling out the land.

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Pittsfield Fire Department

Does your house have a number on it and is it clearly visible from the road? The Pittsfield Firefighters Association can help. More


Vontuteers Needed for the Emergency Shelter

The Emergency Managment Shelter Director is looking for volunteers to help in times on emergency.  Read More.


Foss Family Scholorship
All PMHS graduates extending their education beyond high school may apply for a scholarship to pursue a two-year or four-year degree or technical/trade school education.
Deadline: May 1, 2014
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Sanderson Trust Fund
Click Here for the printable application for the Sanderson Trust Fund.

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Keep Our Kids Safe!
Take action to prevent underage alcohol parties – Call TIPP (603) 226-3100

Food Pantry in Need of Donations!

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Call John Webber 435-7535

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interested in providing kitchen scraps to local farmers for fertilizer or animal feed. Please contact. More


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Old Home Day

Date: July 19, 2014

Theme: "Off to the Races"

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Weight Lost! ,

Tops is a not for profit take off lbs sensible program meeting are on Tues. More


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