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Lupinacci, Cergol Celebrate East Northport Fire Department’s 110th Annual Installation Dinner

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The East Northport Fire Department has over 120 men and women serving the community.

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(L to R) Legislator Robert Trotta; Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, East Northport Fire Department 2nd Assistant Chief Thomas Bourne; Chief of Department Daniel Heffernan; 1st Assistant Chief Daniel Flanagan; Councilwoman Joan Cergol, Assemblyman Andrew Raia.

Photo by: Town of Huntington

East Northport, NY - May 8, 2018 - Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Councilwoman Joan Cergol attended the East Northport Fire Department’s 110th Annual Installation Dinner at the Larkfield on Saturday April 28.
 
“Congratulations to each of the volunteer members of the East Northport Fire Department,” said Supervisor Lupinacci. “You do amazing, selfless work, dedicating so much of your free time, responding to 2,142 rescue calls and 562 general alarms last year alone, saving lives and protecting our community – we thank you.”
 
The East Northport Fire Department has over 120 men and women serving the community, trained to keep up with the latest technology. The Department responds to over 2,700 emergency calls each year with 1 Tower Ladder, 5 Engines, 4 ALS Ambulances, a Paramedic Responder (24/7), a BLS Responder and a Fire Police Truck.