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Annual Open House

Thank You for coming to our 5th annual open house


St Patrick's Day Parade




Our Annual Memorial Service

We had our annual Memorial Day Service at 10:15 AM on Monday May 27 at the Memorial

Monument at the fire station. There was a Memorial Day parade at 11:00 AM from Elm St.

to the Veteran's Park on Main St.


Amanda's Law Requires Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Homes

By EMERSON CLARRIDGE --  Observer-Dispatch  --  Feb 22, 2010

As a state law that requires the installation of carbon monoxide alarms in homes goes into effect today, a new survey released by a North Carolina-based company shows many New York homes are not protected from the deadly gas.

Conducted in October 2009, the survey found more than half of respondents either did not have a carbon monoxide alarm or did not have enough alarms for the size of their home, according to a news release from Kidde, a company that sells alarms.

The odorless, tasteless and poisonous gas annually kills 400 people, the company reported.
Amanda’s Law requires the detectors be placed in any dwelling where there are appliances or systems that emit carbon monoxide or have an attached garage.

The law is named for 16-year-old Amanda Hansen of West Seneca, who died January 2009, due to a carbon monoxide leak from a defective boiler.

Before the law, carbon monoxide detectors were required in homes built after July 30, 2002.

Click here to read the original Observer-Dispatch Article

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