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Public Safety Personnel Show Solidarity Under Current Leadership

 

September 5, 2018

Patricia St. Louis

Public Safety Personnel Stand United Behind Their Leadership at City Council Meeting There was a full house for the start of the Fountain City Council meeting on August 14, when members of the city's fire and police departments came together in "Public Safety United" t-shirts to express their full support for their chiefs (Interim Fire Chief Michael Orr, Deputy Police Chief Tommy Coates and Police Chief/Public Safety Director Chris Heberer) and to tell the council that under their current leadership they are united like they have never been before. High praise was especially expressed for Chris Heberer who has served in the capacity of Public Safety Director for a couple of years now. Shown at the podium is one of the three speakers, Missy Reynolds from the Fountain P.D. Standing at the front of the audience, waiting their turns to speak are Mike Singles from the Fountain P.D. and firefighter Eric Markowski.

There was a Public Safety presentation at the start of the Aug. 14 Fountain City Council meeting, with standing room only as the council chambers were filled by members of the city's fire and police departments standing together in "Public Safety United" t-shirts.

Missy Reynolds of the Fountain Police Department spoke to the council first, to express the comradery and happiness within the two departments. She noted their satisfaction with the current leadership within both departments as well. Also from the police department, Mike Singles echoed her words of praise for how well the departme...



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