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Millstone Township resident James Wiater is the author of The Adventures of Solo, The Big Dog book. This is not your ordinary children’s book but a book of hope as all proceeds go towards purchasing K-9 Body Armor. The Millstone Township Fire Company is a proud supporter of the Adventures of Solo. Check it out, I bet your children will love the book, the pictures and know you will be helping to purchase K-9 Body Armor for a future dog.
Additionally, Jim has donated to the department the first Pet Oxygen Kit on March 4th. We all know a pet becomes part of the family and is equally important during emergencies. Check out the links below for a great book and a great cause.
Several times a year the department sharpens their extrication skills utilizing donated vehicles and under differing scenarios. Drills encompass a wide variety of possibilities including school bus accidents, “big rig” challenges with 195 running through a portion of Millstone and motorcycle accidents. Pictured below is one team assembled in one of firefighters donated vehicle. Hard work and a little fun.
The Millstone Township Fire District is pleased to announce an upcoming application process for the position of full time career firefighter. Please see the attached flier for details. Job Posting 2017
On Saturday, February 18th the residents of Millstone Township came out to vote on the fire budget and commissioner seats. We are pleased the residents recognize the value our department provides when it comes to emergency services. The budget was passed 163 to 54.
Additionally the Board of Commissioner had two seats available, congratulations to Marie Reed and Genevieve Semanchik.
On behalf of the Millstone Township Fire Company thank you for your continuing support and we look forward to serving our residence and surrounding communities with the highest level of service.
Chief John Fiore