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MLVFD Adopt-a-Hydrant fire-hydrants get names

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The MLVFD Juniors were around town this weekend applying the names of the generous Adoptees to the 50 plus adopted hydrants

Borough Council Member Dan Happer, a longtime supporter of the MLVFD, is shown with Junior Deputy Chief James Daniel and Chief Joe Mullaney applying the name tag to the hydrant he and his family adopted

“The Adopt-a-Hydrant program is a great community partnership between residents and the Volunteer Fire Department, which will be there to save you and your property. It’s the least I can do to maintain a level of preparedness in the Borough.

I encourage everyone to see if the hydrants near your house have been adopted and if not, join me and your other neighbors that have committed to this partnership. It only takes about 5 minutes to clear the area around the hydrant after a snowstorm.

Let’s not leave any hydrants behind!” remarked Councilman Happer

To find out more, go to https://mtnlakes.org/mountain-lakes-fire-department/ or https://www.facebook.com/mlvfdnj/

 

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