Number of calls

   our volunteers
responded to
  

2018    
Jan 40
Feb 32
Mar 42
Apr 31
May 35
Jun 36
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 216
Previous years data is below
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Neversink Eng #1 - First Thu
 27 Orange Street        858-4011

Delaware Eng #2  -  First Wed
22 Hammond Street 858-4022

Howard Wheat Eng #4 - Last Wed
31 Owen Street 858-4044

 Excelsior Eng #5  -  Third Wed
 143 W. Main Street      858-4055

 Tri-States Hose #6  -  First Thu
       257 E. Main Street      858-4066

Maghogomoch H&L - 1st Tues
5 Orange Street 858-4077

Fire Police - Last Tue
141 W. Main Street      858-4096

Special Operations Squad -   
22 Hammond Street     858-4033
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2012

2013 2014 2015  2016 2017
Jan
32 34 32 35   36 25
Feb
24 29 29 17   34 24
Mar
40 23 32 27   33 40
Apr
33 32 29 28   42 40
May
36 25 43 37   27 40
Jun
34 30 37 43   33 36
Jul
37 24 43 51   33 43
Aug
35 23 78* 34   42 41
Sep
51 26 32 29   37 32
Oct
58 25 27 39   41 36
Nov
21 20 37 31   30 31
Dec
19 33 24 40   34 25
TOTAL
420 334 438 411   422  413




2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006



Jan

39

45

43

28

25

24



Feb

38

39

32

45

31

32



Mar

50

61

37

40

30

30



Apr

38

43

40

40

52

33



May

37

49

49

39

44

40



Jun

37

24

51

39

42

42



Jul

59

43

53

41

27

46



Aug

169

50

50

 30

28

29



Sep

110

55

36

 41

30

48



Oct

29

39

40

 30

34

35



Nov

36

36

26

29

48

36



Dec

39

44

44

 37

29

35


  

680

528

501

439

420

430





Port Jervis Fire Department

8-10 Orange Street - PO Box 1002

Business office: 845  856-4100
Fax: 845 858-1064
General email: 
info@portjervisfire.org

Secretary email:   W.R.Werner@portjervisfire.org
Webmaster email:  stansiegel2@gmail.com
  
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  Chief: Dominic Cicalese
    1st Assistant:  Thomas Snyder   
2nd Assistant: Anthony Fuller

TreasurerRobert Waligrowski - Secretary:  William R. Werner

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Deputy Chief 1:  Joseph Kowal
     Deputy Chief 2:
James W. Rohner

     Deputy Chief 3: Jeffrey Rhoades 
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Chaplain:  Rev. Matthew Newcomb
Safety Officer:  Russell Scott 
Training Officer:   Vacant     
Apparatus Maintenance Coordinator:  Thomas Vicchiariello
O.C. Fire Advisory Board Rep:  Edward Pavlich, Jr.
  Photographer:  Sharon Siegel
Webmaster:   Stanley Siegel  
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OUR MISSION STATEMENT
  

The Port Jervis
Fire Department is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, property,

and environment of our community through exceptional services in education,
preparedness, prevention and prompt response to emergency incidents.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
The Port Jervis Fire Department consists of over 300 dedicated volunteer members.
There are 5 fire stations located strategically within the the city limits.
The Port Jervis Fire Department's vehicle apparatus consists off four pumpers,
a Squrt articulating boom, an aerial ladder truck, a Special Operations Squad vehicle,

a Fire Police vehicle, two river rescue boats, and three Chief's vehicles. 
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Our Special Operations Squad consists of an Accident Victim Extrication Team (AVET),
Technical Rescue Rope Team (Rope) and  Water Operations Team (Water Ops.)

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


One of the highlights of the fire department is its annual Fireman's Day Parade,
which we are told is the oldest continuous fireman's parade in the US.
In 2019, we are celebrating our 169th parade.

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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                             

     PJFD 168th Annual Inspection Day Parade
  July 14, 2018
Thank You... to all that particpated and watched our parade
We hope to see you all next year!
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR

168th PARADE GRAND MARSHALS

Thomas Vicchiariello - 53 years of active service
Russell Scott - 50 years of active service
Frank "Petey" Fuller III - 21 years of active service
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      for current information

 which is updated frequently
_____________________________________________________________________________
The Port Jervis Volunteer Fire Department is actively seeking volunteers
of many backgrounds 
for our Firefighter roles

Every day, in every community, emergency responders answer the call of our families, friends and neighbors who are in need of assistance. From house fires to technical rescues to car accidents, to floods, our emergency responders are there to protect lives and property.


Emergency responders are a special type of people, with many different reasons for answering the call of duty. Some like the challenges and the adrenaline rush, while others like to sharpen their emergency skills and techniques.  Every one of them answers the call so that they can help someone in need.


Today's emergency responders do far more than put out fires. Emergency responders are the first line of defense in natural and man-made disasters. They respond to vehicle accidents, water incidents, hazardous materials incidents, specialized rescue situations and a vast array of other emergency situations.

 

In response to the aging and declining membership and the need for new volunteer firefighters, the Port Jervis Volunteer Fire Department has initiated a recruitment campaign for interested citizens, men and woman, to learn how to "answer the call" and serve their community.


Becoming a volunteer firefighter can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life, and allows you to reach out to someone in need. Together with the Port Jervis Volunteer Fire Department, you can insure that there is always someone to answer the call".

 
Contact any fire station, any firefighter, or go to pjnyfd.com for an application or more information.


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Your Community Needs You .  .  .
Volunteer as a Fire Fighter to Make a Difference!
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If you want an application.  .  .
 you should go to any firehouse and get an application.
or go to pjnyfd.com, on the left side,
 there is an application.
Fill it out, get it notarized and take it to the firehouse that you want to join.
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PJFD Duty Pumper Assignments
The Duty Pumper program will run 24/7
and will now include weekends and holidays.

The monthly change will take place on the
1st of every month @ 0600 hrs
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Fire & Emergency Management Committee

 meets on the
3rd Monday of each month

at 7:00PM.
at the Municipal Building
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                                               The monthly SIREN TEST 

                                         takes place on the 1st Friday of every month at 1:00pm

                                                                __________________________


 EMERGENCY   RESPONSE   SYSTEM
   NOTES:

FASNY & NYMIR/WCB information

The FASNY Red Handbook in PDF format has been added to the Library.
Links to the forms for the NYS Workers' Compensation Board
and the New York Municipal Insurance Repository
relative to volunteer firefighter injuries has been added to the Library

________________________________________________________________________________________

Emergency Response Guidebook

The 392 page 2012 Edition of the Emergency Response Guidebook
is now available in the ER Library
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SAFETY VESTS

There are Safety Vests
on all PJFD Apparatus

They must be used whenever

any PJFD firefighter
is in a roadway

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EMERGENCY   RESPONSE   SYSTEM   NOTES:

FASNY & NYMIR/WCB information

The FASNY Red Handbook in PDF format has been added to the Library.
Links to the forms for the NYS Workers' Compensation Board
and the New York Municipal Insurance Repository
relative to volunteer firefighter injuries has been added to the Library

Emergency Response Guidebook

The 392 page 2012 Edition of the Emergency Response Guidebook
is now available in the ER Library

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          2018  OFFICERS  as of 1/1/18

Captain
1st Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant
Engine 1 David Moore, Jr. William Brewster
Mark Clavelli
Engine 2
Robert Padgett, Jr. Jennifer Snyder Bryce Sotelo
Engine 4 William Conklin, Jr
Joseph Rennish
Randall Aber  
Engine 5 Michael Aumick Timothy Simmons Aaron Aumick
Engine 6 Jeffrey Martin
Richard Oppelt Jeremy Gunderman
Hook & Ladder Richard Finan Jeffrey Lewis Robert Donahue
Fire Police Stanley Siegel
Henry H. Dunn Kevin Bartha
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           Special Operations Squad  as of 1/1/18

Water Ops Team Leader
Timothy Simmons
Rope Team Leader
Keith Brown
AVET Team Leader
Richard Senkiew
Asst. Water Ops Team Leader
George Padgett, Jr.
Asst. Rope Team Leader
Michael Aumick
Asst. AVET Team Leader
Harold Howlett
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Water Operations Team

Aber, Randall    
Technical Rescue Team

Aumick. Michael E. 
Rescue Technician Basic

Aber, Randall
Amato, Richard J.  Brown, Keith K.     Allen, John L., Jr.
Aumick, Dean A.   Fuller, Anthony W. Brown, Keith K.
Brewster, William D.   Presto, Dana    Cicalese, Dominic  M.
Cole, Brandon S.     Simmons, Timothy J.   DeVore, John H.
DeVore, John H.   Enright, Jerry D.     Senkiew, Richard
Enright, Jerry D. Esposito, Christopher Simmons, Timothy J.
Enright, Thomas Fuller, Anthony W.      Snyder, Thomas M
Finan, Richard Hill, Daniel J.  Speaker, Patrick A
Fuller, Anthony W.      Hill, Michael     Werner, William R. 
Frank W. Fuller, III Howlett, Harold V.
Fuller, Frank W., Jr.  Jergensen, Michael
Hill, Michael     Kinzel, Preston J.
Howell, Kenneth J. Moore, Matthew R.
Howlett, Harold V.    Nason, Michael
Kalin, Ronald  Padgett, Robert, Jr.
Kinzel, Preston J.   Pantis, John W.
Martin, Jeffrey Prespare, William M.
Mc Bride, Charles Reilly, Michael E.
Padgett, George W.    Rhoades, Jeffrey S.
Padgett, Robert, Jr  Roberts, Anthony
Pavlich, Edward C., Jr     Rohner, James W., III
Pavlich, Edward C., Sr Scott, Joseph A.  
Prespare, William M.  

Presto, Dana J.

Rhoades, Jeffrey S.

Roberts, Anthony

Rohner, James W., III

Scott, Joseph A. 

Simmons, Timothy J.

Snyder, Thomas M.   

Vance, Kenneth S., Jr.  

Vicchiariello, Jason C.   
Revised 5 January 2016
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FIRE POLICE MEMBERS - 2018



NEVERSINK ENGINE 1


DELAWARE ENGINE 2

HOWARD WHEAT ENGINE 4

James H. Kinzel, Jr. 

Jessica J. Furman Randall D. Aber
Matthew R. Moore Robert D. Padgett, Jr. William P. Conklin, Jr.

Adam P. Scopino 

Edward C. Pavlich, Jr. Henry H. Dunn, III

Jennifer L. Snyder

Barry Longwell, Sr. 


Thomas M. Snyder Morgan Mosher, III 


Stanley B. Siegel

EXCELSIOR ENGINE 5



TRI STATE HOSE 6


MAGHOGOMOCK H&L


Vincent J. Atkinson Kevin J. Bartha

Richard G. Finan

Richard F. Drew Jeffrey A. Martin  Jeffrey D. Lewis
Frank W. Fuller, Jr. Richard R. Oppelt 


William R. Werner

George W. Padgett, Jr. 

 


Edward C. Pavlich, Sr.



1/31/18 

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FIRE POLICE…

The designated number assigned to the squad varies with local conditions, including the size of community, number of alarms, number of full-time law enforcement officers available for emergency duty, potentially hazardous conditions and other variables.

 

General Qualifications A fire police officer possesses peace officer status and therefore must be a citizen of the United States, resident of New York, and entitled to vote at the time of appointment. (Public Officers Law sec. 3-10, 1994 op Atty. Gen. 94-21)

 

Age qualifications No member of a fire department under the age of 18 may be appointed to the fire police squad. Members of fire police squads are public officers while on duty and therefore are required to be at least 18 years of age pursuant to the Public Officers Law Section 3.

Past opinions of the state attorney general and state comptroller stated that members of fire police squads must be at least 21 years of age (1965 Ops St Compt No. 426; 1967 Ops Atty Gen Apr 20). However, since these opinions were written, Public Officers Law Section 3 was amended to provide that full age, for the purpose of qualifying to be a public officer is 18 rather than 21 years of age. (see Laws of 1974, Chapter 940) Accordingly, a member 18 years or over may qualify for the office of fire police.

 

Other Qualifications The doctrine of legal incompatibility would preclude a town justice of the peace from being a member of the fire police squad of a fire company located within the town (1960 Ops Atty. Gen. No. 129) Oath of Office NYS General Municipal Law section 209-c requires that an oath of office be taken and be filed with the city clerk, in the case of a fire company or fire department in a city, with the village clerk in the case of a fire company or fire department in a village, or with the town clerk in all other cases. The oath may be administered by various officers, including: a judge of the court of appeals; an attorney general, county clerks; official examiner of title; a notary public; or the city, village or town clerk in whose office the oath will be filed. (Public Officers Law section 10) January 2010

 

NOTES:

Page 2-4 Student Manual Fire Police Course Unit II Legal Issues Members of a fire police squad are required to take and file the constitutional oath of office. (1957 Ops St Comp. No. 420) The oath is spelled out in General Municipal Law section 209-c as follows: do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the State of New York, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of fire policeman of the fire company (or fire department), according to the best of my ability."

 

Note:  If the firefighter is appointed as a member of the fire police by the fire department and he fails to take the oath, or he takes the oath but fails to take the required training, the fire department (authority having jurisdiction) may be exposed to potential liability. For example, if a firefighter, who has not received the required is directing traffic which results in a collision or injury, the fire chief and the fire department may be found partially liable.

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            City of Port Jervis Holiday Schedule 2018                                           

                                                          Monday                   Jan 1                  New Year’s Day
                                                          Monday                   Jan  15               Dr. MLK Day

                                                          Monday                   Feb 19               Presidents’ Day

                                                          Monday                   May  28            Memorial Day

                                  Monday                   Sep  3                Labor Day 

                                                          Monday                   Oct  8                Columbus Day

                                                          Monday                   Nov 12              Veterans Day

                                                         Thursday                 Nov  22             Thanksgiving Day 

                                                         Friday                       Nov  23             Day after Thanksgiving 

                                                         Monday PM          Dec  24              ½ DayChristmas Eve 

                                                         Tuesday                  Dec  25              Christmas Day 

                                                         Monday PM          Dec  31              ½ Day New Years Eve

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Port Jervis government email addresses
                                            David Bavoso - dwbavoso@portjervislawyers.com
                                            George Belcher - georgeb@citlink.net
                                            Kelly Decker - portjervismayor@gmail.com
                                            Gina Fitzpatrick - 3rdwardfitzpatrick@gmail.com
                                            Regis Foster - rafjr79@hotmail.com
                                            Maria Mann - maria.mannpj@gmail.com
                                            Lisa Randazzo - lisarandazzo22@gmail.com
                                            Dominick Santini - santini1stward@gmail.com
                                            Stan Siegel - stansiegel2@gmail.com
                                            Kristin Trovei - k.a.trovei@gmail.com
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Official City Calendar    There is a link to the on the left margin


Council Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Mondays

7:00pm in City Hall


Fire and Emergency Management Committee Meeting

                                                                    7:00pm in City Hall



CITY-WIDE EMERGENCIES


In the event of an city-wide emergency such as a flooding event, hurricane,

train wreck, etc. where residents of the area may have to be evacuated

or warned about certain dangersplease tune into Access 23 Television

for live reports from the Mayor's Office and the Emergency Services.

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USGS National Water Information System Gauges
Delaware River
at Port Jervis
Delaware River
at Montague
Neversink River
at Godeffroy
Delaware River at  Barryville Mongaup River at Mongaup Neversink River
at Bridgeville
Delaware River at Callicoon Delaware River at Fishs Eddy   Neversink River
at Claryville
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Port Jervis Fire Department Membership
  as of 2/1/18 


Maghogomock Hook & Ladder

Richard Finan
Captain
 
Jeffrey Lewis
First Lieutenant
 
Robert Donahue
Second Lieutenant
 
Firefighters - 36 Company Total

Andrew Aumick
Wyatt Burghardt
David W. Case
David J. Claisse
Victor J. Claisse, Jr.
Kevin E. Cunningham
Robert Donahue
Arthur A. Elston, Sr.
Richard G. Finan
Rocco Giovanniello
Eugene Hughes
Christopher W. Kidney
Wayne E. Kidney
John Kowal,
Joseph J. Kowal, Jr.
Joseph J. Kowal, Sr.
Matthew J. Kowal
Gary W. Lapriore
Daniel S. Lewis
Jeffrey D. Lewis
Peter Maillet, Sr.
Scott J. Morris
Robert M. Pierson
Donald Reiff
Harley J. Scherman
Christopher D. Southard
Peter O. Tomasi
Steven R. Turner
Frances Westfall
John R. Westfall
Nathan J. Westfall
Anthony J. Woolsey
Justin M. Worden
Robert J. Worden, Sr
Robert J. Worden, Jr
William J. Worden
 

Neversink Engine #1

David Moore, Jr.
Captain
 
William Brewster.
First Lieutenant
 
Mark Clavelli
Second Lieutenant
 
Firefighters - 57 Company Total

George Belcher, Jr.,
George Belcher, Sr.,
Jeffrey Bodensieck,
William D. Brewster,
Mark Clavelli
Gregory A.Collette
Joseph Curtis,
Diane DeGroat,
Daved DeLaCruz,
George R. Haas,
 Donald Hannigan,
Fred R. Harding,
Bruno W. Hartmann II,
Ralph R. Hessberger,
Dennis Horner, Sr.,
Jerry Lee Horner,
Patrick C. Kiesow
James H. Kinzel, Jr.,
Preston J. Kinzel,
Tyler Kinzel,
Peter N. Kowal,
Steven Kolvenbach,
Robert A. Launt,
Robert G. Mason,
Senie M. Mason,
Lynette M. Mason,
Helen Mason,
Francis May,
Wayne D. McBride,
William McCann,
Thomas P. McKeon,
David J. Mills,
Robert J. Mills,
Brianna N. Moore
David D. Moore,
David D. Moore, Jr.,
Matthew R. Moore,
 Gary W. Morgan,
Christopher M. Morock,
James H. Ranich,
Jeffrey S. Rhoades,
Stephen J. Rhoades,
Scott Robinson,
Gregory Robinson,
James W. Rohner, Jr.,
James W. Rohner III, 
Adam P. Scopino, Jr.,
Richard Senkiew,
John P. Shannon, Jr.,
John J. Shimer,
David C. Smith,
Lester C. Smith,
 Richard H. Speaker,
Brent M. Spoonhower,
Russell Von Sauers,
Robert A. Walligrowski
Paul C. Zorn

Delaware Engine #2

Robert Padgett, Jr. 
Captain
 
Jennifer Snyder
First Lieutenant
 
Bruce Solelo
Second Lieutenant

Firefighters - 68 Company Total

George Bush,
Harry Babcock II,
Michael J. Canfield, Jr.,
Dominic M. Cicalese,
Rosario Cala,
Francis Clune,
Joshua Davies,
Justin DeGroat,
Thomas N. Enright
Christopher J. Esposito,
James C. Farr,
John R. Farr,
Joseph J. Farr,
Frank H. Felter,
Leslie J. Fox, Jr.
Jessica  Furman,
Robert Furman,
Richard Galloway,
Brendan J. Hess,
Joshua R. Hicks,
Robert W. Hicks,
Eric Hipsman,
Kenneth J. Howell,
Wendy J. Howell, 
Ryan L. Innella,
Michael R. Jergensen,
Tyler R. Kowinsky
James Lamsden,
John R. Lucus
Victor E. Mascary, Jr,
Charles D. McBride, Jr.,
Nicholas R. McKeon,
Megan L Metzger
Joseph Michulski,
Joseph R. Mills,
Timothy Mills,
Joseph Maldonado, Jr.,
Alan J. Mosher,
Jeffrey A. Mosher,
Gerald Oney, Jr.,
Neel Patel,
Robert Padgett, Jr.,
Edward C. Pavlich, Jr.,
Joseph Pena,
Rocco Petito,
Daniel Pflanz, Sr.,
Russell R. Potter
Gary Predmore,
Robert L. Predmore,
Sidney Quick, Jr.,
Edward W. Reck,
David J. Rivera, Jr.,
Gerald D.Sacco,
Gerald D.Sacco, Jr.
Patricia Sardina,
Stephen F. Sardina,
 David C. Simmons III,
Douglas W. Smith,
Jennifer L. Snyder,
Thomas M. Snyder,
Michael J. Sobolewski,
Bryce G. Sotelo,
Roman S. Taylor,
Mark Thornton,
Ralph D. Tidd, Jr.,
 Pat Trotta, Jr.,
Daniel Vankleeck,
John W. Zachry, Jr.


Howard Wheat Engine #4

William Conklin
Captain
 
Joseph Rennish
First Lieutenant
 
Randall Aber
Second Lieutenant
 
Firefighters - 29 Company Total


Randall D. Aber
Tammy A. Aber
Charles F. Baumgardner,
Michael J. Cicalese,
Heather L. Conklin,
William P. Conklin, Jr.
Henry H. Dunn, III,
Keegan T. Dunn,
Jeffrey W. Ewing, Jr.,
Jeffrey W. Ewing, Sr.,
Raymond J. Finch,
 Mark R. Fuller, Jr.,
Earl J. Garrity,
Harry T. Galanakis, Jr.,
Earl J. Garrity,
James C. Gill,
John M. Gushue,
Harold V. Howlett,
Catherine A. Kaufman,
George M. Kurtz,
Barry D. Longwell, Sr.,
Kevin J. McKeon,
Morgan R. Mosher, III
Joseph J. Rennish,
Jonathan E. Ross,
Stanley B. Siegel,
William VanHorn
Roseann M. Weeks-Aber
Travis W. Wildrick
William H. Young, Jr.

Excelsior Engine #5

Michael Aumick
Captain

  Timothy Simmons
  First Lieutenant
 
Aaron Aumick
 Second Lieutenant
 
Firefighters - 49 Company Total

Johnny L. Allen
Johnny L. Allen, Jr.
Vincent J. Atkinson
Aaron M. Aumick
Michael E. Aumick
Justin M. Brewster,
Christian M. Brown
Keith K. Brown
John H. DeVore
Richard F. Drew
Robert B. Dunn
Anthony W. Fuller
Edward C. Fuller, Sr.
Frank W. Fuller, III
Frank W. Fuller, Jr.
Frank W. Fuller, Sr
James B. Fuller,
James B. Fuller, Jr.
Shane A. Fuller,
Daniel J. Hill
Ronald R. Kalin
Denis A. Livingston
Ryan A. Livingston
James R. McElroy
Michael A. Myers
Rev. Matthew C. Newcomb
Joseph L. Pagano
John W. Pantis
Stephen J., Pantis, Jr.
William M. Prespare
Dana J. Presto, Jr.
Dana J. Presto, Sr.
John J. Sardina
Joseph A. Scott
Russell A. Scott
Daniel R. Slover, Jr.
Dennis W. Simmons
Timothy J. Simmons
Patrick A. Speaker
Michael R. Swingle
William J. Talmadge
Robert E. Thompson
Kenneth S. Vance, Jr.
Jason C. Vicchiariello
Thomas J. Vicchiariello
Jeffrey M. Wehinger
William R. Werner
William J. Wolfe
Leigh C. Wood
Wayne T. Wood


Tri-State Company #6

Jeffrey Martin
Captain
 
Richard Oppelt
First Lieutenant
 
Jeremy Gunderman
Second Lieutenant
 
Firefighters - 37 Company Total

Dean A. Aumick,
Kevin J. Bartha
Charles A. Barton,
Harry A. Barton,
Andrei Bell,
Charles Bell,
Richard L. Card,
Charles B. Chant, III
Allan Cherry,
Craig W. Cherry,
Brandon S. Cole,
Kelly B. Decker,
David DeGroat,
Harold DeGroat, Jr.,
 Michael D. Doss,
Gustav Dubies,
Jeremy B. Gunderman
Joseph Klimkiewicz,
Nicholas A. Kinman,
Michael C. Kowinsky, Jr.
Jeffrey A. Martin,
Wally Martin, Sr.,
Michael J. Masanottti,
James S. McGaw, Jr.,
James Millspaugh, Jr.,
Camrin S. Northrop,
Anthony A. Olenick,
Brian Olenick,
John A. Olenick, Sr.,
Richard R. Oppelt,
Jose A. Ortiz,
Edward A. Pavlich, Sr.,
George W. Padgett, Sr.,
Daryl F. Piatt,
Richard K. Roberts,
Mark Spradling,
Robert W. Stempert
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CITY OF PORT JERVIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

2018  GARBAGE SCHEDULE (subject to change)

Garbage and Commingled Recycling pick up is as follows:

           1st Ward- Monday

           2nd Ward- Tuesday

           3rd Ward- Wednesday

           4th Ward- Thursday

Cardboard and Paper pick up is as follows:

1st Ward- 1st Friday of the month

2nd Ward-2nd Friday of the month

3rd Ward- 3rd Friday of the month

4th Ward- 4th Friday of the month

 

2018  Holiday Schedule

Monday January 1st   – (New Year’s Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in all wards-1st  ward cardboard and paper on Friday January 5th

Monday January 15th –(Martin L. King’s Birthday)- no pickup

Pick up 1 day later in all wards- 3rd ward cardboard and paper on Friday January 19th

Monday February 19th   –(President’s Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in all wards-4th  ward cardboard and paper on Friday February 23rd  

 Monday May 28th  –(Memorial Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in all wards- 1st ward cardboard and paper on Friday June 1st

Wednesday July 4th  – (Independence Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in 3rd and 4th wards-1st  ward cardboard and paper on Friday July 6th

Monday September 3rd  – (Labor Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in all wards, 1st  ward cardboard and paper on Friday September 7th

Monday October 8th  – (Columbus Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in all wards, 2nd ward cardboard and paper on Friday October 12th

 Monday November 12th –(Veteran’s Day) no pick up

Pick up 1 day later in all wards- 3rd ward cardboard and paper on Friday November 16th

 Week of November 19th  –(Thanksgiving week) 4th ward garbage on Wednesday November 21st ,

4th ward cardboard and paper on Monday November 26th

Week of December 24th –(Christmas week) no pick up on Tuesday, December 25th

Pick up 1 day later in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th wards-4th ward cardboard and paper on Friday December 28th

** GARBAGE RECEPTACLES MUST NOT EXCEED 35 GALLONS **

** NUMBER OF GARBAGE CANS PER PROPERTY IS LIMITED TO 4 **

ALL BAGS MUST BE IN A CONTAINER. LOOSE BAGS WILL NOT BE PICKED UP.

    For additional information you may call  845-858-4001
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