Brentwood Council calls out Mount Rainier on fire funding


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

The Bunker Hill Fire Station on Rhode Island Avenue.

Brentwood Volunteer Fire Department’s quest to replace two of its aging fire trucks is being hampered by a lack of funding from many municipalities served by the department. At its August 15, 2018, meeting, Brentwood Town Council had harsh words for surrounding municipalities, alleging their failure to fund the Brentwood...
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2 thoughts on “Brentwood Council calls out Mount Rainier on fire funding

  1. Michael- did you post this on the mount rainier site? This is absurd. I’m a mount rainier resident and I’m embarrassed.

  2. I did not post this to the Mount Rainier Facebook discussion group; I’m trying not to wear out my welcome by spamming all my articles to their site. I’ll leave it to my readers to decide if they might like to share my articles on the corridor’s various social media forums.

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