… the mailbox at 375 Garfield Road is now full, with a $1,400 bill from the Town of Poestenkill for the water used to combat the blaze that consumed his home on Monday videos von safari herunterladen. Petrio lives in the Town of Brunswick and firefighters traveled a mile down the rural road to fill their trucks at a Poestenkill hydrant.
It took multiple fire companies nine hours to knock down the inferno, Eagle Mills volunteer fire department chief Tom Martin said gimp for free windows 10. The home was set a quarter-mile off the road and flames ripped through the structure. The roof collapsed into the home and the windows blew out. Firefighters set up temporary ponds and zipped down the road to fill their tanker trucks at the best hydrant flash player für windows vista kostenlosen.
Unfortunately for Petrio, that hydrant happened to be in Poestenkill, which buys its water from Brunswick.
There’s a reason for the billing, one that in my opinion doesn’t hold any water at all.
See Poestenkill buys its water from Brunswick and Troy, and Town Supervisor Dom Jacangelo seems to think it’s only fair they try to recoup the money “lost” in gallons of water to help the town’s tax-payers ebooks iphone kostenlos downloaden.
Wrong target Mr. J! Major misfire.
Charging this guy for the water used is beyond ludicrous, especially since he has ZERO control over what hydrant, or what water source, is being is used. Even if he did, it’s still nuts herunterladen.
So sorry your house was destroyed, here’s the bill for the water.