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From our friends over at, West Vincent Township Police DepartmentPURPLE PAINT MEANS NO TRESPASSING
Moving into fall and the beginning of hunting season, we want to remind land owners who choose to post their property that the Purple Paint Law went into effect earlier this year. Now land owners have the option of using purple paint rather than signs to alert others that lands are private and trespassing isn’t permitted.
Under the law, a person is considered a “defiant trespasser” – which carries enhanced penalties – if he or she enters, or remains in any place, where notice against trespassing is given by actual communication, lawful posting or fencing.
Vertical purple lines must be at least 8 inches long and 1 inch wide. The bottom of the mark must not be less than 3 feet or more than 5 feet from the ground and painted marks must not be more than 100 feet apart.
Now that the “purple paint law” is in effect, hunters should know that they might encounter purple markings on trees and that these marks are meant to define the boundary of an adjoining private property that’s posted against trespassing.
The new law also authorizes unarmed persons to go onto private property for the sole purpose of retrieving a hunting dog.
In Pennsylvania, defiant trespass is a third-degree misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in jail and $2,500 in fines. If trespassing occurs while hunting, additional game-law violations – and additional penalties – also may apply. ... See MoreSee Less
LCFC would like to congratulate FF Will Gondy and his wife, Jordan, on their marriage today! We wish Will and Jordan the best of luck in their future together! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Will and Jordan. Many Blessings on your marriage.
Congratulations, Will and Jordan!
Best Wishes to the happy couple 💑
Yesterday afternoon, LCFC took delivery of a brand new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Custom Trailboss. We are thrilled to announce that this truck was donated to the company free of charge by Patriot Chevrolet of Limerick. We cannot thank Patriot Chevrolet enough for this incredible donation and are completely blown away by their generosity. The willingness of the dealership to make such a substantial donation to our company will not be forgotten and will help us and the community we serve for years to come!
Pictured below are Chief Kimes and Battalion Chief Spangler accepting donation of the truck. The new command truck now needs to be lettered and have lights installed before it will be officially placed in-service. More pictures will be posted once these next steps are completed! Thank you again to Patriot Chevy! ... See MoreSee Less
Patriot is a great dealership!
Wow finally a good truck in that station!!! Lol. Enjoy it guys
Many thanks to Patriot Buick!!!
Lets get it lettered asap.... and a big thanks to Patriot and its owner.
Wow this is fantastic!!!!
Way to go Ludwigs Corner Fire Company and Patriot Chevrolet of Limerick! That's the kind of dealership that gets my business.