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Fire Chief Seeks Approval for Ambulance Bids, Remodeling, New Employees

July 24, 2013
Fire Chief Seeks Approval for Ambulance Bids, Remodeling, New Employees

  07/25/13 Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller asked members of the Board of Public Works and Safety for approval to seek quotes to replace one of the three ambulances in the department.  Medic 1 is the red ambulance and is a 2007.  The next ambulance on rotation is known as Medic 2 and is...
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May Activity Report for Plymouth Fire Department

June 13, 2013
May Activity Report for Plymouth Fire Department

  06/14/13 Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller received permission from the Board of Public Works and Safety to begin the hiring process for a full-time paramedic/firefighter for the department.  He recently received a letter of resignation from Melissa Clark and needs to fill the position to have a full staff. Chief Miller also presented...
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Fire Department Report at City Meeting

October 23, 2012
Fire Department Report at City Meeting

  10/24/12 Monday evening Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented a second change order for the roofing project at the fire department.  Morris Roofing found several rusted sheets of metal base roofing material on the flat roof that needed to be replaced.  The additional was $1,143bringing up the final cost on the roofing project...
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Pension Board Meeting for Fire Department

March 8, 2012
Pension Board Meeting for Fire Department

  03/09/12  Plymouth Fire Chief Rodney Miller announced Thursday a pension board meeting.  The Plymouth Fire Department will conduct a pension board meeting on Monday, March 12, 2012 at the Plymouth Fire Department, 111 North Center Street, beginning at 8:30am.  This meeting has been called due to the resignation of firefighter/paramedic Mark Berger.
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Volunteers Ask You to Shovel Hydrants

February 9, 2011
Volunteers Ask You to Shovel Hydrants

02/12/11 Volunteers firemen with the Plymouth Fire Department are asking citizens in Plymouth to assist the Plymouth Fire Department in clearing snow from around hydrants. “While the fire department is busy responding to a fire your home could be burning down because the hydrant is not cleared of the snow,” says Art Jacobs. “We...
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Year-End Report for Plymouth Fire Department

January 20, 2011
Year-End Report for Plymouth Fire Department

01/21/11 Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker presented his year end report to the Board of Public Works and Safety last week.  Emergency Medial Service workers responded to 2,110 calls in 2010. While firefighters responded to 276 emergency fire situations and assisted EMS a total 1,746 times.  Fire fighters were cancelled in route 88 times...
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Hoosier Tire & Rubber Donates AED to Fire Department

November 16, 2010
Hoosier Tire & Rubber Donates AED to Fire Department

11/17/10  John DeSalle, Vice President of Manufacturing at Hoosier Tire & Rubber in Plymouth recently presented a Lifepak 500 AED (automated external defibrillator) to Plymouth Fire Department Chief Andy Metsker.  The donation is part of Hoosier Tire & Rubber’s continuing efforts to be an active member of the community by supporting those who serve to...
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Firefighters from Argos and Plymouth on Scene of Grain Bin Fire for Hours

September 21, 2010
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Monday morning just after 7:30 the Argos Fire Department was called to 12630 State Road 10 for a grain bin fire, the Bill Voreis farm. When the call came into the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department it was noted that there were several L.P. tanks and fuel tanks near the grain bins.  The farm has...
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Argos to Consider Policy on Fire Volunteers Filling Pools

June 22, 2010
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06/22/10  The Argos Town Council was asked to set a policy concerning the Fire Department filling swimming pools.  Town Clerk, Patty Jones, wanted to know what she was to say when a resident came in asking to have the Fire Department to fill their swimming pools.  It has been a “perk”, in years past,...
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