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Village Road Pavement Evaluation
Sidney B. Bowne. August 30, 2016

Village Newsletters

Carbon Monoxide Letter (businesses)

STREET SWEEPING SCHEDULE

The Village Street Sweeping will begin on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016.

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW SCHEDULE
May 3July 12Sept 20
May 17Aug 2Oct 4
May 31Aug 23Oct 18
June 21Sept 6Nov 1
In order for John McGowan & Sons Inc. to do the best possible job, please do not park in the street on the days listed above. These dates are subject to change. Thank you for your cooperation.

Inc. Village of Baxter Estates
315 Main Street, Port Washington, NY 11050
516-767-0096 staff@baxterestates.org

An Important Note on Storm Drains

As you walk around the Village of Baxter Estates you may notice storm drains cut into the curb and meant to remove storm water quickly from streets and surrounding areas. These drains are meant only for rain water and snow melt (cumulatively storm water) to move through and are not trash receptacles. Anything that is poured down or placed into these drains ends up in our beautiful Manhasset Bay or in our groundwater. Do not place pet waste, leftover lawn fertilizer, used oil, food scraps, trash, or anything else into these storm drains. Pet waste can be disposed of in your trash; lawn fertilizer can be swept up and kept to be applied later. Used oil can often be returned to stores that sell motor oil.

You can also call the Town’s 311 number to inquire about hazardous material collections going on throughout the year. There is one coming up on November 8th at North Hempstead beach North lot. Certain food scraps can be composted and the rest can be thrown out in your regular garbage. Some of our storm drains are marked with a stainless steel medallion that says “no dumping, drains to bay” to serve as a reminder that only rain should go down the drain.

The Village of Baxter Estates is a member of the Manhasset Bay Protection Committee, which was formed in the 1990s to restore and protect Manhasset Bay. Committee membership is open to all local governments located in the watershed of Manhasset Bay. For more information on Manhasset Bay and how you can help protect and preserve it, visit the Committee’s website at www.manhassetbayprotectioncommittee.org



EMERGENCY INFORMATION



 

BIRD HOUSE

 

*Important New Service offered for Village Residents*

****NorthShoreAlert.org** is a mass notification system
designed to keep residents and businesses of the Port
Washington, NY peninsula, north of Northern Blvd, informed of
emergencies and certain community events.* By registering with
NorthShoreAlert.org, time-sensitive voice messages from the
Village, the Town of North Hempstead, or Police, Fire, and Water
special districts may be sent to your home, cell or business
phone. Text messages may also be sent to cell phones, e-mail
accounts and hearing impaired receiving devices.

*We urge you to go to NorthShoreAlert.org. and register your information today.*

 


 

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Effective February 22, 2010, Amanda's Law mandates that all residences having appliances which emit carbon monoxide shall purchase and install a carbon monoxide detector. For more information please go to the link below:

http://www.dos.state.ny.us/code/COAlarm.htm#amandalaw

 

Village of Baxter Estates
315 Main Street 
Port Washington, NY 11050
Email: staff@baxterestates.org

 

 

 
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