Kyle Minick

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Dennis Straight Procession Route, Lancaster County Fire Rescue

The Memorial Service will be held at the Second Baptist Church in Lancaster on Saturday, November 17th commencing at 3:00pm. At 12:45 pm; Engine 501 will leave Lancaster Funeral Home and escort Chief Straight to Charlotte Road/ Van Wyck Fire Department and back to meet with…

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Daniel’s Law

Most South Carolinians look to the Fire Service as a beacon of hope and a place of safety, security, and trust in some of the most difficult times in their lives.  As members of the South Carolina Fire Service, we wanted to provide you with…

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Training & Education Fee Update

During 2018 Fire Service Improvement Conference (FSI) on January 20, I was afforded the opportunity to speak with our membership on an upcoming change to our Training & Education (T&E) Fee assessment.  As many of our members know, the Fireman’s Insurance & Inspection Fund (1%)…

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Professional Development Opportunity

As a Chief Officer I’m always on the lookout for professional development opportunities for members of my department and for myself. Over the years I have been very fortunate to send members to and to attend numerous classes, seminars, conferences, and programs to enhance our…

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Leadership Institute meets in North Charleston

The City of North Charleston Fire Department was honored to host the 2013-2014 South Carolina State Firefighters’ Association Leadership Institute (LI) from Friday November 15 to Sunday November 17, 2013 for the career fire department weekend.  This was the third year the Association has brought…

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Hartsville waives permit fees for homeowners installing fire sprinklers

Citing concern “with the need to provide ample fire protection to the citizens and their property” the City of Hartsville, South Carolina has passed a resolution providing incentives to homeowners who install fire sprinklers. The city will be waiving permit fees for newly constructed homes,…

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