ON MY MIND Visit Woodbury Public Safety Dept.
TodayI had an informative and interesting visit to the Woodbury Public Safety Dept.
Learning about Public Safety was the topicofthe second sessionof the10-week Woodbury Citizens' Academy, a program o... Posted on 2/11/10 at 5:14 PM
As of June 1, Woodbury residents no longer need to acquire burning permits for recreational fires. However, property owners are expected to follow the guidelines outlined below for their safety, the safety of others, and to help protect the environment.
The Woodbury Public Safety Department has sent three fire fighters to assist other agencies in evacuating residents from their homes in the greater Fargo-Moorehead area, which has been dealing with anticipated record-flood levels since earlier this week.
Firefighters from more than 25 departments from western Wisconsin and Minnesota worked through the night to contain the fire at a 50,000-square-foot building that was once part of the historic North Hudson railroad shop yard.
Even if the Gunflint Trail community knows who started the Ham Lake wildfire on that windy morning in May 2007, it's not going to turn ashes into cabins. It's not going to take the black off the dead trees.
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