RCFR Highest Training Hours In State

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(MURFREESBORO) Congratulations to . At Thursday night's County Commission meeting, Fire & Codes Academy Director Jeff Elliott presented an award to Rutherford County Fire Rescue Chief Larry Farley. This was for having the state's highest number of training hours for a combination Paid/Volunteer Fire Department.


State Fire Marshal Gary Farley commended the efforts of Chief Farley's department as well as their partnership in the ongoing 'Close the Door' and free smoke alarm campaigns that are making a significant difference in reducing the number of home fires in Middle Tennessee.

Chief Farley expressed his gratitude and respect for the efforts of his personnel and their commitment to training, and his appreciation for Mayor Ketron and the county commissioners for their support of the department.


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