Town of Elizabethtown
Elizabethtown Lewis Emergency Squad
Could you be a squad member?
Drivers must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age at the time of application. They must have a current CPR card and complete the designated squad driver’s training as well as submit the designated squad physical after the approval by the agency. These requirements are paid for by the agency. In addition, the applicant must attend an Emergency Vehicle Operations course at their earliest convenience. Member must attend monthly squad meetings and trainings. All members must sign up for a minimum of 12 hours per month.
Active Junior members must be at least sixteen (16) years of age and less than twenty-one (21) years of age. They must also have a current CPR card and complete the designated squad physical. Training is provided by the agency. Junior members must be able to qualify for extra curriculum activities at school and have a permission slip from their parent. These members cannot take call after 9p on a school night. Member must attend monthly squad meetings and trainings. All members must sign up for a minimum of 12 hours per month.
EMS Attendants are individuals that help the EMT in charge on calls, an extra pair of hands. This member must complete the designated squad physical and become CPR certified. All requirements are paid for by the agency. Member must attend monthly squad meetings and trainings. All members must sign up for a minimum of 12 hours per month.
No Active member will be allowed to drive the ambulance until age twenty-one (21) and until he/she has completed driving requirements.
At a minimum each squad member puts in 12 hrs of on-call time, 1 hr for meetings and 1 hour for trainings. Could you give 14 hrs a month?
For more information contact Patty Bashaw at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 873-2122
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Business can be conducted via
telephone (518) 873-6555
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Elizabethtown requests resident participation in household survey.
The Town is exploring sources of financial aid for constructing the municipal sewer system to serve the existing sewer district. The Town will be conducting a Household Characteristics Survey of residential households in the Sewer district beginning March 30, 2023.
The survey will be used by several funding agencies to determine eligibility for public aid.
Resident participation is vital to maximize the Town's opportunity to receive financial aid to benefit this project. Only residents of the sewer district are being asked to participate.
"Completing this survey will help us lower the costs of delivering services to you. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. You can trust the your responses are completely confidential," said Town Supervisor Noel Merrihew.
When you receive your survey, please fill it out and return it right away in the self-addressed stamped envelope.
"Thanks to a generous donation, we are able to offer several raffle prizes to be selected at random from those who complete the survey. These will include a $50 Stewart's gas card, a $50 gift certificate to the Arsenal Inn, and a $30 gift certificate to Bub's Pizza," said Merrihew.
RAP Solutions, a not-for-profit organization, is helping the town conduct the survey at no cost to the Town. RCAP Solutions is also able to ensure that the survey is completely confidential.
To meet funders' requirements, we need a very high rate of return. If CAP does not receive enough surveys in the mail, town representatives will be going door-to-door to make sure we get the required minimum number of surveys. By getting your survey in early, residents living in the sewer district can avoid having us come to your door.
Only residents of the Town of Elizabethtown living in the sewer district are asked to complete the survey.
If you have any questions please contact the Town at (518) 873-6555.
JULY 15, 2023
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