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call fire

[¦kȯl ¦fīr]
(ordnance)
Fire delivered on a specific target in response to a request from the supported unit.
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CUTLINE: Upton's Assistant Call Fire Chief Michael J.
Since late May, selectmen have debated whether his dual role of building official and assistant call fire chief is double-dipping.
gov, see the town Cable Access Channel, or call Fire Chief Jeff Phelps at (508) 949-8040.
In this day and age, when town and city budgets are so tight that communities have to lay off full-time firefighters, towns such as Leicester are realizing the value of their call fire departments.
Chief Denning said part of the difficulty of running a call fire department is getting firefighters during the day.
He was also a member of the Lancaster call fire department.
The new engineer, who is a captain in the Rochdale company of the town's call fire Department, was the recommended choice of the committee that interviewed candidates for the position.
TO arrange a free home fire safety check call Fire Service Direct on 0800 731 5958.
Truro s call Fire and Rescue Department is currently led by a part time Fire Chief who will take mandatory retirement in the fall.
Anyone who has information on these recent fires or saw any suspicious activity is asked to call Fire Investigations Unit/Arson Unit, (508) 799-1930, and the Worcester Police Department/Arson Unit, (508) 799-8651.
But the local firm was only allowed to open the venue - which they plan to call Fire Island - until 12.
In any power outage situation, Edison also warns customers to stay away from downed power lines, which still may be energized, and to call fire officials or Edison.