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Plymouth, Culver firemen respond to Culver house fire

August 29, 2012

Culver and Plymouth fire departments responded to a house fire at 18036 16th Road in Culver Weds. afternoon which left little for homeowner Mike Fitterling to reclaim.

Culver trucks left shortly after noon in response to a 911 call. According to a neighbor, a motor home situated in a car port several feet from the back of the house had ignited, and flames quickly spread to the house's wood shingles and made their way up the structure. The Plymouth department arrived shortly to assist, bringing a tanker to relieve Culver's depleted water supply.

Fire department well staffed for Blueberry Festival

August 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Fire Department is ready for the Blueberry Festival.
Fire chief Rod Miller said Monday that for the first time, the city has approved extra personnel to be on staff during festival weekend.
“The city has allowed us to run a staff of 10 people through the weekend,” said Miller, adding that on a usual weekend four employees are on staff.
“Preparedness is our best defense, just simply because of the number of people that come to this town,” said Miller. “The more we can do, the better it is for the citizens of Plymouth, and guests to the town.”

Decisions still remain on final county budget

August 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Day two of budget hearings for the Marshall County Council mirrored day one with most county department heads keeping their requests in order with Council wishes Tuesday.
Prosecutor Dave Holmes presented a budget to the Council asking for reclassification of several secretarial positions to “Caseworker”. Holmes explained to the council that the duties of the employees involved specific training and took them outside of the normal functions of secretaries.

BOW vote clears way for local business expansion

August 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — A local businesses’ growth will mean another tenant for Plymouth’s TechFarm on the city’s west side.
During the meeting of Plymouth’s Board of Public Works and Safety, an agreement to waive proceeds of land sales was approved.
Dave Miller from VanVactor Farms, the owner of the land that makes up TechFarm, and Jennifer Laurent, executive director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation gave a presentation to the board.

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