We’re keeping a local printing company busy this week as we work on putting together customer information folders that we will begin giving away – along with a free moisture meter – with every order placed beginning today, December 15, 2014!
This is *not* in response to any proposed regulations, as we are not required, at this time, to do either of these things, nor are any public/taxpayer funds being used. We are doing this because:
1. We want to ensure that each of our customers has all of the information they need to get the very most out of their Wayne Hunter the Wood Cutter firewood purchase.
2. Sharing clean-burning information and a moisture meter are two important ways that we can do our part in cleaning-up the air in our beautiful borough.
Doing all we can to make sure that you, our customers, are well taken care of, and that our borough is a great place to live and breath, is important to us.
If you are a previous customer who would like a folder, please let us know – we’d be honored to get one to you! While we won’t be able to supply customers who have previously ordered from us with a moisture meter, we do have a few to loan, and would be glad to get one to you to borrow.
One more thing – though we are increasing what each customer gets per order, we are not increasing our prices at this time.
Thank you for taking the time to read this! We hope that you’ll consider allowing us to meet your local green firewood needs! Have a super day :)!
Two public hearings about the State of Alaska’s proposed Fairbanks North Star Borough air quality regulations are scheduled for this Wednesday, December 3, 2014. They will both be at the Noel Wien Public Library, with one beginning at 11:30 a.m. and one beginning at 5:00 p.m.
There is also to be a discussion of a new air quality resolution (click here to read it, if you’d like) by our FNSB Assembly this Thursday evening, the fourth of December, at 5:30, however no public testimony or voting will take place.
Two very important open houses regarding the State’s air quality plan and proposed regulations for the Fairbanks North Star Borough are being held tomorrow and Tuesday. Here’s more information:
This is your opportunity to voice comments and learn more about the State of Alaska’s proposed air quality regulations for the Fairbanks North Star Borough.
Two open houses will be held this week:
Monday from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the Gold Room of the Westmark in Fairbanks.
Tuesday from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the North Pole Middle School in North Pole.
Click here for an article about these open houses from our local newspaper.
Click here the State of Alaska DEC Air Quality page that has more information about this whole matter.