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Fire Mutual Aid » 2014 » February

Archive for February, 2014

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

Friday, February 28th, 2014

12 years ago today on February 28, 2002 – Jaffrey Courthouse Fire. Almost completed, the new courthouse burns down. Dispatcher who dispatched the call was Matt Yeatman. Photos provided to Fire Mutual Aid.

Fire Mutual Aid Chief Paul Szoc (Retired);NH State Fire Marshall Investigator Keith Rodenhiser; Jaffrey Fire Chief Jack White (Retired)

RENOVATION UPDATE FEBRUARY 26, 2014

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Chief Tirrell talking with the contractors. Note on left side of picture, the stairs to upstairs are gone and the surrounding enclosure for the cellar stairs is gone. Amazing how large the area looks now with that enclosure gone.

The hole is the cellar stairs and this area was where the enclosure and the stair case to go upstairs was.

DISPATCH RENOVATION UPDATE FEBRUARY 24, 2014

Monday, February 24th, 2014

Photos by Lt. Tom Redin, Fire Mutual Aid

The old stairwell has been closed up on floor #2.

The old break room that was behind Engine 1 bay

This is where the sink and refrigerator used to be.

DISPATCH CENTER RENOVATION UPDATE

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

On Monday February 24th the Dispatch Center Renovation Project will get under way. As the project moves forward, we will keep you updated with pictures. Pictured here is the existing stair case minus the banister that will be going away.

BENNINGTON NH RESCUE IN 1982

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

Bennington NH Rescue in 1982 – From left to right, Lester Foote, Bruce Hall, Jim Dodge, John French, Bruce Edes, and Dave Skerry. Photo provided by Brett French.