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Saline Valley Appoints New Fire MarshalDeputy Chief LaPlant Named To Position

February 14,† 2014

The Board of Directors of the Saline Valley Fire Protection District at the 100th monthly Board Meeting on February 13, 2014 appointed Deputy Chief Joseph LaPlant as the new Fire Marshal for the Saline Valley Fire Protection District.


Deputy Chief LaPlant has been serving the District since 1998. He has been the Districtís Training Officer since 2004 and will continue to serve in that position as well. He is certified through the Missouri Division of Fire Safety as a Fire Investigator and an Inspector.


LaPlantís duties prior to his appointment as Fire Marshal included building inspections and code enforcement in the absence of the previous Fire Marshal, as well as fire investigations.


For information regarding code enforcement and prevention, please contact our office at (636) 343-9300

Firefighters Association Holds Two EventsWasher Tournament In September, Golf Tourmanemt in October

The Saline Valley Firefighters Association will be hosting two upcoming events in September and October.


The first event will be a Washers Tournament on September 27th at the German Cultural Society on West Four Ridge Road. The washer tournament will help raise funds for the Firefighters Association and the Warriors Heart Foundation which uses horses to help veterans improve Emotional Fitness.


The second event will be the Ninth Annual Four Person Scramble Golf Tournament at Deer Creek Golf Club in House Springs. All proceeds from the Golf Tournament benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.


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