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Coeymans Hollow, NY 12046

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FW: Company Officers ElectedUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
4/6/2011 10:42 AMBill Kapusta

Company Officers Elected for 4/2011 – 4/2012Description: Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).

 

Full Name

Position Type

Position

Tony Kapusta

Board Officer

President

Darlene Wilson

Board Officer

Vice President

Michelle Kapusta

Board Officer

Company Secretary

Sue Stratta

Board Officer

Financial Secretary

April Smith

Board Officer

Treasurer

Michelle Sadowski

Board Officer

Membership Secretary

Mary Ann Dennis

Board Officer

Director - 2 years remaining

Jeremy Utter

Board Officer

Director - 1 year remaining

Bill Kapusta

Fire Officer

6-1 - Chief

Bill Sadowski

Fire Officer

6-2 - 1st Assistant Chief

Matt Mortifolio

Fire Officer

6-3 - 2nd Assistant Chief

Sam Slingerland

Fire Officer

6-4 - 1st Captain

Dave Court

Fire Officer

6-5 - 2nd Captain

Shawn Brundage

Fire Officer

6-6 - 1st Lieutenant

Davin Krzykowski

Fire Officer

6-7 - 2nd Lieutenant

Darlene Wilson

Fire Officer

6-8 - EMS Captain

April Smith

Fire Officer

6-9 - EMS Lieutenant

James Reyes

Fire Officer

FP-1 - Fire Police Captain

Jody Burrows

Fire Officer

FP-2 - Fire Police Lieutenant

 

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Ice Rescue DrillUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
3/30/2011 7:21 AMBill Kapusta

Members of Coeymans Hollow Fire and Selkirk Fire participate in an ice /cold water rescue drill at Lawson lake this past weekend.

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Photos from 3/10 - 3/11 rain stormUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
3/11/2011 3:08 PMBill Kapusta

Photos from 3/10 – 3/11 rain storm

 

143 Cedar Ridge.jpg

143 flood 1.jpg

bridge in Alcove.jpg

Burns Property.jpg

Cedar ridge mailbox.jpg

spill way.jpg

 

Coeymans Hollow Fire takes 2nd place at Altamont Fairs Demolition DerbyUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
9/2/2010 6:37 PMBill Kapusta
We entered 2 cars and took 2nd place in the fireman's derby and finished 4th in the feature. 
Demo Derby Picture
CHVFC Takes Rope Rescue Operations trainingUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
8/11/2010 9:15 PMBill Kapusta
Company Officers ElectedUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
6/17/2010 7:19 AMBill Kapusta
Full Name Position Type Position
Tony Kapusta Board Officer President
Tracey O'Brien Board Officer Vice President
Sherle Slingerland Board Officer Recording Secretary
Sue Stratta Board Officer Financial Secretary
April Smith Board Officer Treasurer
Elieen Reyes Board Officer Membership Secretary
Mary Ann Dennis Board Officer Director - 1 year remaining
Jeremy Utter Board Officer Director - 2 years remaining
Bill Kapusta Fire Officer 6-1 - Chief
Mike Farr Fire Officer 6-2 - 1st Assistant Chief
Sam Anderson Fire Officer 6-3 - 2nd Assistant Chief
Dave Court Fire Officer 6-4 - 1st Captain
Sam Slingerland Fire Officer 6-5 - 2nd Captain
Chris Jones Jr Fire Officer 6-6 - 1st Lieutenant
Shawn Brundage Fire Officer 6-7 - 2nd Lieutenant
Davin Krzykowski Fire Officer 6-8 - EMS Captain
Matt Mortifolio Fire Officer 6-9 - EMS Lieutenant
Darlene Wilson Fire Officer FP-1 - Fire Police Captain
Richard Wickham Fire Officer FP-2 - Fire Police Lieutenant
RIP Peter Bennett & Larry OsterhoutUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
3/10/2010 9:14 PMBill Kapusta
Rest now my fallen brother
Lay soft your suffering back
Rest well and forever
Your memory shall not lack
Rest your tired hands
Wipe clean your weary brow
Rest with St. Florian
Your spirit now endowed
Rest here your breaking heart
We know you gave your all
Rest easy, you’ve done your part
You’ve answered your last call
Rest knowing that in god we sought
Oh lord, watch over another who just fell
Rest assured your troubled thought
As we ring the final bell.
 
RIP Peter
Carbon Monoxide Detectors Required by New LawUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
1/25/2010 1:20 PMBill Kapusta

Amanda’s Law, passed in the 2009 Session of the New York State Legislature, takes effect on February 22, 2010. This law will establish a new requirement for installation of carbon monoxide detectors in homes. Under the law, one-family homes, two-family homes, dwellings located in condominiums or cooperatives, and multiple dwellings must have a carbon monoxide detector installed regardless of the date of construction or sale.

The law was named after Amanda Hansen, a teenager whose life was tragically ended by a carbon monoxide leak from a defective boiler while she was sleeping at a friend’s house in January 2009.

The new law requires that the carbon monoxide detector be a device meeting New York State standards, and that it be installed in an operable condition in dwellings where there are appliances or systems that may emit carbon monoxide or have an attached garage.

Prior to Amanda’s Law, carbon monoxide detectors were required in one-family dwellings, two-family dwellings, and dwellings located in condominiums or cooperatives only if they were constructed or offered for sale after July 30, 2002. For multiple dwellings (such as a tenement, hotel, and dormitories) carbon monoxide detectors were required if they were constructed or offered for sale after August 9, 2005.

As a result of Amanda’s Law, a carbon monoxide detector will be found in nearly all residential structures in the state. This creates a safer living environment for New York residents and creates a greater awareness of home safety issues that are intensified by seasonal heating issues prevalent in the Northeast.

Questions and Answers Regarding New Open BurningUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
11/30/2009 11:19 AMBill Kapusta
Coeymans Hollow participates in mutual aid tanker drillUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
5/20/2009 6:11 PMBill Kapusta
Coeymans Hollow participates in mutual aid tanker drill in Greenville, below is a link to photos.  There were 9 tankers and we flowed between 700 - 1100 gpm for 90 minutes.
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