Dorr Township board upholds the suspension of Fire Fighter David Crowe because he has accumulated 6 points on his drivers record. The Fire Chief received a notice from the Secretary of State stating this. The fire departments SOG’s (standard operating guidelines) state that if you have more than 5 points on your record, you cannot drive an emergency vehicle. The suspension was supposed to be in writing but was only verbally conveyed, so the board asked the Chief to put it in writing, and then upheld the Fire Chief and his 4 officers decision to suspend. 2 of Davids points will be dropped in 2 weeks. He will then be down to 4 points and his suspension will be lifted.
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- Condolences to Jodi Brummel & family on the passing of her Father, August 30,2014.
- Secure our borders. No illegal immigration. Send them all back home.
- Campaign finance laws! Don’t break the law if you’re running for office.
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No wait Secretary of State