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I have been a volunteer for Newtown Hook and Ladder fire department since I was 16 years old. I am an active, certified firefighter and spend countless hours on committees within the department. Among many meetings, we are required to attend training sessions and respond to calls ranging from structure type fires, motor vehicle accidents and EMS calls. NH&L averages 600 calls per year and they can occur 24/7. My current officer position is Chief Engineer. My responsibilities include overseeing the maintenance, operation and training of the fire companies fleet of equipment. I am proud to be a volunteer and serve the community.


Edmond Town Hall Landscaping Gets A Free Make-Over


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Rob and Lee Manna of L R M Landscaping did the landscaping at Edmond Town Hall this week at no charge to the town Planters Choice donated the planting material Michael Burton Builders chipped in with the topsoil while JF Walsh Logging amp Mulch brought in the mulch.
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Taking The Great Indoors Out


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Natural stone contrasts with the high-tech look of Viking appliances installed by L R M Inc. in this outdoor kitchen designed for a Woodbury homeowner.
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A New Name And Familiar Decoration Adorn Bridgeport Hall


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Newtown Hook & Ladder Assistant Chief Ray Corbo and his son Joey were at the controls for Hook & Ladder’s ladder truck early Tuesday afternoon. Chief Engineer Rob Manna and Chief Jason Rivera went onto the truck’s extended ladder to set the weathervane in place. Read Article


Final Components Of Sandy Hook Streetscape Project Under Construction


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Looking eastward on Church Hill Road from the bridge over the Pootatuck River, a new sidewalk is under construction in front of 117 Church Hill Road. The improvements are part of the Sandy Hook Streetscape project.
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Sandy Hook Center Beautification Project Progressing


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A view of Sandy Hook Center seen from the intersection of Dayton Street and Church Hill Road An ongoing beautification project there includes the installation of textured concrete sidewalks that simulate red bricks as well as ornamental trees and decorative streetlights. Read Article





Work Progresses On Sandy Hook Center Beautification Project


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This new textured concrete sidewalk in front of the Sandy Hook Diner in Sandy Hook Center simulates red bricks.
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The Adventures Of An American Corn Crib


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An interior shot of the corn crib gives an indication of how well the structure was made Using solid materials such as oak flooring and upper support beams the structure was able to withstand an intact move to another location on the property. Read Article




Near Dickinson Park

New Trail Will Be Ready For The Spring

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Generosity Is Par For The Course

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Key Sandy Hook Streetscape Component To Be Built In Spring

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