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Deckerville, MI.48427





810 - 376-3445










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Top row L-R Cory Kubik, Ryan Flanagan, Don VanNorman, Gary Sweet, Tom Apsey, Mike Keinath, Tony Kubik, Doug Confer.
2nd Row L-R Matt Blaine, Dave Roskey, Stuart Stoutenburg, Roy Mosure, Cory Schumacher, Ken Swoffer, Merle Ross, Paul Guza.

3rd row L-R Capt. Scott Smigill, Secretary Dan Thompson, Lt. Jim Giraud, Lt. Mike VanNorman, Capt. Jean Pardy,

Chief Larry VanNorman, Asst. Chief Tracy Hoff, Lt. Phil Swoffer, Tres. Tim Ross.


The Fire Department has taking delivery of a new water tanker.

It is a 4000 gallon Freightliner Vacuum Tanker built by EAM out of Miami, FL. Being a vacuum tanker, it has the ability to fill itself out of a pond, stream, lake etc as well as fill from hydrants also. Most tankers require an another truck or a floating pump to fill them from a pond. Cost with all accessories will be around $290,000.


Also burning permits are issued thru the Village office 810-376-9505.  They are free, but failure to get one and call the sheriff's dept after receiving it will result in a $1500 fire run if we are dispatched.



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