On June 21st the Fabius Fire Department will be conducting a mullti-department training exercise at the Fabius Pompey Elementary school. The exercise is designed to enhance the fire departmentâ€™s preplanning for the school in case of a real emergency. This training exercise will help us to see if any changes are needed to our preplan due to changes within the school and within the fire service. The exercise will take place between 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. In doing an exercise of this nature there will be some inconveniences to the public. Mill Street will be shut down from Main Street to the bus garage. Driveways on the south side of Main Street from the Fabius Brook to just past the school will not be accessible during this time. Traffic on Main Street may have some temporary delays. There will be several fire trucks moving around the village streets during this time. If you are one of the residents who will be unable to access your driveway, or will need to leave during this time, we ask that you park in the church parking lot located on Main Street and Pettit Street. The Fire Department is extremely sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you or your family. With your help and support we can better serve you and the public in time of an emergency. If you should have any questions, please feel free to stop by the Fabius Fire House on any Tuesday evening, and we will be happy to assist you, or you may call Chief Warren Virgil at 391-9256.
You can now search the minutes of town board meetings. You must be a registered user to be able to search. A search box will appear on the right side of the town minute's title bar.
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The Onondaga County Health Department is having a Rabies Shot Clinics throughout Onondaga County. Please bring your pet's past rabies shot records with you. We ask that you keep your pets on a leash or in a carrier and keep them close to you. Both indoor and outdoor cats need a rabies shot.
New York State Public Health Law requires that all puppies and kittens get their first rabies shot at three months of age. They also need to get a booster shot at one year old and then again every three years. Ferrets must get a shot every year.
A voluntary donation per family is appreciated.
Additional times and locations are listed in the attached flyer. (You will probably have to zoom in your browser window to see the other locations and dates.)
If you have any questions, please call the Animal Disease Control at 435-3165 or visit their website by clicking here.
The Fabius Energy Steering Committee (FESC) met on 28 April to review its status. Chris Carrick from the Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board gave a presentation on Climate Smart Communities. You can download the file here. I apologize to those with dial-up but the file is approximately 1.4MB despite my best efforts to make it smaller.
It was agreed that future meetings will be held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7pm at the Community Center. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
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Fabius Energy Steering Committee
April 28, 2016 7PM : Chris Carrick,Eric Hanson, Scott Potter, Bill, Debbie Foster, Peter Schlicht, Melonie Vilardi , Helen and Dan Little
Chris reviewed back to 2007. Committee headed by Scott Potter. Now Chaired by Eric Hanson.
Wind was the money then and came through In February 2016 when MET tower was place on Peters Schlicht property. this was a community based project. Received first data for month of March, 7 meters per sec.
Energy Planning : Climate Smart community. Encourage town to participate in 10 step pledge. 25 other towns in CNY already participate out of 175 in NY. Climate action plan is to do our part to lower carbon dioxide. With municipalities participation in this action plan opens doors for state and federal funding as well as net working and grants.
All community based clean energy 10 steps of the pledge. Set up monthly meetings starting with May 19, 2016 Thursday 7pm.
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Join Assemblyman Al Stirpe for an electronics recycling event on Saturday, January 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is not an OCRAA sponsored event.
The flyer has information on what is and is not accepted along with additional information. Click here to view the flyer in more detail.
Fabius Weather from NOAA