As seen in PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE HERALD October 18 – 24, 2017
Plainview Water District Commissioners stress the importance of keeping fire hydrants accessible all year long.
The Plainview Volunteer Fire Department does an excellent job of protecting the lives and homes of our residents. We must all keep in mind that fire hydrant accessibility is a primary factor in fighting fires successfully. That’s why Plainview Water District Commissioners Marc Laykind, Andrew Bader and Amanda Field would like to remind homeowners and local businesses to make sure they keep areas surrounding fire hydrants clear so the fire department can connect its equipment without delay.
For your own protection and the protection of those you care about, the Plainview Water District urges you to keep this responsibility in mind; please remember when colder weather approaches to remove any snow that surrounds fire hydrants in front of your property. It is not only an important way to help our everyday heroes, but people’s lives may depend on it.
The Plainvew Water District Board of Commissioners would like to thank its residents in advance for adhering to the Chairman’s suggestion.
As seen in PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE HERALD October 11 – 17, 2017
As seen in NEWSDAY October 15, 2017
Plainview residents were recently notified that testing at one of our twelve wells (well 1-1) indicated slightly elevated levels of contaminants, however the well was promptly shut down and did not pose any immediate concern.
As seen in PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE HERALD October 6 – 12, 2017
As seen in PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE HERALD October 4 – 10, 2017