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The algae like bacteria recently discovered in the Pine Run Creek were found to contain cyanobacteria. This bacteria is generally at its height from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and the numbers reduce during the colder weather we experience the rest of the year. The toxin produced by these bacteria is inside of it, and is only released when ingested (as stomach acid erodes the coating). The amount of bacteria found would be enough to kill a dog, or to make a child have digestive problems for a few days. According to DEP, there is no risk to public drinking water from these bacteria, as the nearest active infall is 25 miles downstream. There is no health risk from simply coming in contact with this form of cyanobacteria. However, we recommend that you and your pets not ingest the water if you see the algae like substance.
Central Bucks Emergency Medical Services’ Annual Subscription Drive
Central Bucks Emergency Medical Services’ annual subscription drive was mailed this week. This annual mailing is a vital source of revenue for CBEMS.
If you receive a mailer please take a moment to read it through and consider a subscription. The annual subscription drive is vitally important in making up for CBEMS’s billing revenue deficit.
The following link can be used to pay directly online: http://www.cbems.org/cbem/
Or you can go through this link to print out a subscription and find more information including answers to common billing questions: http://www.cbems.org/cbem/service.ashx
The Audubon PA newsletter will now include BirdTown . Please visit: http://pa.audubon.org/
Click below to view “The Last Bird Town Flyer”
Wednesday October 4th, 2017 the Administrative, Police, and Code office will be located in the Temporary Municipal Assistance Center on the basketball courts.
Doylestown TV Announcement:
Doylestown Township is no longer accepting Battery Recycling!