Monthly Meeting Thursday, April 16th, 2015 @ 8:00 p.m. Eatons Neck Firehouse.

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Eaton Harbors Civic Committee

The EHCC is still collecting dues for 2015
Funds are used to help with events and buy plantings.

             It's Not Too Late!  
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ENFD Annual Plant Sale

Orders are now being taken for the
The Eatons Neck Fire Department
annual plant sale.

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Messages from the Eaton’s Neck Fire Department By Rich Baer

The number to call in case of a fire or medical emergency is 757 5700!
Do not hesitate to call.
Trained volunteers will respond to your call for help.

      The tragic fire in Brooklyn on March 21, 2015 in which seven children were killed is a stark reminder of the importance of smoke detectors. In that instance, the New York Times reported that “while there was a smoke detector in the basement, there was none on the first floor or on the second floor.” All the children were sleeping on the second floor. Be sure to keep smoke detectors on every level of your home!

         Fire department news for April includes the beginning of formal training at the Suffolk County Fire Training Academy in Yaphank. These training sessions are scheduled throughout the warmer months of the year and provide lessons in safe responses to varying fire situations department members may be called upon to deal with.

         Chief Paul Boronow reports that department members recently completed training  in Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR.  CPR is an emergency procedure performed in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until other methods are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person who is in cardiac arrest.

         The fire department is actively seeking new members.  The need for volunteers in our community is real and the need is now. Please consider joining the Eaton’s Neck Fire Department!

         Getting involved with a volunteer fire department is an incredibly rewarding way to make a positive contribution to your community. Positions as fire fighters and fire medical rescuers are currently open.

         The training for both of these fields is paid for by the fire district. All required personal equipment is provided free of charge . There are also benefits that accrue to volunteers.

           New York State has recognized the value of volunteer fire departments as opposed to paid, professional fire departments. Part of that recognition is a length of service award program available after some years of service. Other benefits include property tax rebates, tuition reduction and insurance coverage.

           As part of this effort to recruit new members an open house will be held at the fire house on Sunday , April 25, 2015 from  9 AM until 3 PM. This will serve as an introduction to the volunteer fire service. We look forward to seeing you there.

           The annual fire department Flower Sale is in full swing. Orders are due by Monday, April 13, checks payable to ENFD. Drop off your order at 10 Drake Place or 1 North Harbor Rd. Your order will be delivered FREE, on Friday May 8  by fire department members.


NYS DEC Deer Management Presentation

   Josh Stiller from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation gave a one plus hour deer management presentation at the Eaton's Neck Fire Department on January 15th, 2015. The video is divided into five - fifteen minute segments and can be view using the following links.teen minute segments and can be view using the following links.  

NYS DEC Videos Part 1
NYS DEC Videos Part 2
NYS DEC Videos Part 3
NYS DEC Videos Part 4
NYS DEC Videos Part 5


Today's Tides

5/30/2015Sat04:04 AMLow0.515
5/30/2015Sat10:04 AMHigh6.9210
5/30/2015Sat04:11 PMLow0.927
5/30/2015Sat10:13 PMHigh7.7235
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The Town of Huntington ordinance,
passed this April, reads:

The owner of property in the Town of Huntington having running Bamboo located upon it is responsible for either removing the Bamboo or taking reasonable measures to confine the bamboo to their own property and to prevent the encroachment, spread, invasion or intrusion of Bamboo onto adjoining or neighboring properties. Residents have the benefit of a six month moratorium to clear and/or contain their bamboo before any penalty provisions begin.

Attention Shareholders:

          Your cooperation and assistance is needed. Motor vehicles including golf carts or quads are not permited on the grass at the beach. Please instruct household members and guests not to ride on the grass.   


                  Thank you,

         EHC Board of Directors


Date Type Time  Venue Description Notes
6/18/2015Shareholder8:00 PM ENFD - Eatons Neck RoadMonthly Board MeetingOpen to shareholders
7/16/2015Shareholder8:00 PM ENFD - Eatons Neck RoadMonthly Board MeetingOpen to shareholders
8/20/2015Shareholder8:00 PM ENFD - Eatons Neck RoadMonthly Board MeetingOpen to shareholders
9/17/2015Shareholder8:00 PM ENFD - Eatons Neck RoadMonthly Board MeetingOpen to shareholders
10/15/2015Shareholder8:00 PM ENFD - Eatons Neck RoadMonthly Board MeetingOpen to shareholders


Shell Fish Notice

Shellfish Update --

For more information, see the DEC link at