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Excessive Heat Signs Designed to Protect Man’s Best Friend Debuts in Sag Harbor

Posted on 11 July 2013

On Tuesday night, the Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees passed a resolution authorizing the placement of 16 signs on existing signposts and in other locations throughout downtown Sag Harbor warning residents that excessive heat in parked vehicles can kill their pets.

The initiative – brought to the board last month by Dorothy Frankel – was made possible through the efforts of an anonymous donor who has agreed to purchase the signage at a cost of $30 apiece provided the village’s department of public works installs them through the village.

Frankel, said Mayor Brian Gilbride, will work with superintendent of public works Dee Yardley and the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce to ensure the signs are placed strategically throughout Sag Harbor Village.

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