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Town Hall Closed: Good Friday

29 Mar, 2024 — 30 Dec, 2023   
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Town Hall Closed: Good Friday

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    29 Mar, 2024 — 30 Dec, 2023
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Planning Board Meeting

27 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 27 Mar, 2024 PM 8:00   
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Planning Board Meeting
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    27 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 27 Mar, 2024 PM 8:00
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Town Board Meeting

21 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 21 Mar, 2024 PM 8:00   
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Town Board Meeting
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    21 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 21 Mar, 2024 PM 8:00
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Planning Board - Public Hearing - 2256 Rt. 17K

13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:30   
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TOWN OF CRAWFORD
PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
121 Route 302
Pine Bush, NY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Planning Board of the Town of Crawford will hold a public hearing for a special use permit for warehouse use at the property at 2256 Rt. 17K, designated as 21-1-64.5 on the Tax Map of the Town of Crawford in the BP district, owned by RGM NY, LLC. Said hearing will take place on March 13, 2024 at 7:00 P.M. at 121 Route 302, Pine Bush, NY.
For the Planning Board
Linda Zwart, Chairman

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    13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:30
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Planning Board - Public Hearing - 1401 Route 302

13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:30   
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TOWN OF CRAWFORD
PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
121 Route 302
Pine Bush, NY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Planning Board of the Town of Crawford will hold a public hearing for site plan approval for retail use of existing farm market; one family dwelling for existing house and a prep kitchen in the basement of existing house as an accessory use to the farm market at the property at 1401 Rt. 302, designated as 26-9-1 on the Tax Map of the Town of Crawford in the BP district, owned by Circleville Realty LLC. Said hearing will take place on March 13, 2024 at 7:00 P.M. at 121 Route 302, Pine Bush, NY.
For the Planning Board
Linda Zwart, Chairman

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    13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:30
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Planning Board Meeting

13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 13 Mar, 2024 PM 8:00   
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Planning Board Meeting
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    13 Mar, 2024 PM 7:00 — 13 Mar, 2024 PM 8:00
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Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

06 Mar, 2024 PM 7:30 — 06 Mar, 2024 PM 8:30   
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Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
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    06 Mar, 2024 PM 7:30 — 06 Mar, 2024 PM 8:30
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Urge Residents to install and check Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Crawford Supervisor Charles Carnes joined by Police Chief Dominick Blasko, Bullville Fire Chief Bill Bacon and Pine Bush Fire Chief Wyatt Clegg urge residents to check and install Carbon monoxide detectors.

As temperatures have gotten colder many residents have turned on their heat causing our first responders to respond to several residences that have had near fatal levels of Carbon Monoxide.

Carbon monoxide, or CO, is a gas that forms whenever a fossil fuel is burned. CO is known as the "silent killer" as it is a colorless, odorless and tasteless poisonous gas. Most CO poisonings take place at home and are caused by items that are not properly cared for or vented, such as furnaces, water heaters, generators, gas grills, dryers, lanterns, space heaters, fireplaces, chimneys and gas stoves.

“Symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure include flu-like symptoms – headache, dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath, confusion and nausea,” said Dr. Natasha Bagdasarian, chief medical executive. “If you think you have been exposed, it is important to get into an area with fresh air immediately and seek medical attention.”

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that each year approximately 50,000 people across the country visit the emergency department for accidental CO poisoning. 

CO poisoning can be prevented by practicing the safety tips listed below and knowing the symptoms of exposure. At high levels, CO can cause death within minutes. If you suspect you may be experiencing CO poisoning, or your CO detector alarm goes off, go outside immediately for fresh air and THEN call 911. 

To protect yourself and your family from CO, follow these safety tips:

  • Make sure you have working CO detectors. Detectors on every level of your home, including the basement, are strongly recommended. Detectors can be purchased at most hardware and big box stores.
  • Change batteries every six months (fall and spring) and replace your detector every five years or according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Use a battery-powered detector where you have fuel burning devices but no electric outlets. Having a CO detector handy when using tents, cabins, RVs and boats with enclosed cabinsis a good safety practice.
  • Have your furnace or wood-burning stove inspected annually. Hire a professional to make sure it is functionally sound and vents properly outside the home. 
  • Generators should be run at a safe distance (at least 20 feet) from the home. Never run a generator in the home, garage, or right next to windows or doors. 
  • Never run a car in an enclosed space. If a vehicle is running, you must have a door open to the outside.  
  • Never run a gasoline or propane heater or a grill (gas or charcoal) inside your home or in an unventilated garage. Any heating system that burns fuel produces CO. 

For further information visit https://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/environmental/public_health_tracking/about_pages/carbonmonoxide/about_co



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