Low-Risk Outdoor Arts & Entertainment Guidelines for Employers and Employees
Tony's Barge crew members will continue to utilize PPE throughout the remainder of 2020. We cannot risk the health and safety of our crew. We ask that you continue to bag your recyclables. Loose recycling and trash will not be collected during the pandemic.
Please bag tightly all garbage and recyclables, and secure trash and recycling cans against deer and other vermin. Even in the best of times, collecting unsecured refuse is unsanitary and can pose a hazard to our workers.
Presently, we cannot compel our workers to collect loose or scattered garbage. If you are unable to get kitchen size garbage can bags at this time, we can pick them up and deliver them at no additional charge over retail price.
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Steve Bellone, the county executive of Suffolk County, which covers eastern Long Island, said he knew of no evidence of the claim from the White House that a recent rise in cases in his jurisdiction stemmed from an outflow of city residents.
“We’ve had anecdotal reports of people coming from the city out to second homes on the East End and Fire Island,” he said. Were they spreading the virus? “I can’t say that — there’s no way to confirm whether anyone from the city spread the virus,” he said.
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Due to weather conditions & NOAA gale warning, ESE winds 20-25 kts gusting to 37 kts: Garbage collection for Fire Island Pines has been rescheduled for tomorrow 05/01/20.