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Operation Warn Fun Raider
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Community Outreach Campaign: Halloween Safety
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New IAFF-FC Programs Protect You and Your Family
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Denver Burn Foundation Payday Raffle Winner
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MSCFF Supports Chris Koster for Governor
Missouri State Council of Fire Fighters
Livonia firefighters responded to a fire Sunday afternoon at a home in the 8900 block of Farmington.
Chief Shadd Whitehead asks fire department retirees Alden Sawyer, Don Folsom and Harold Hoyt
to identify people in the department’s archive photos.
Click Here for pictures of the Detroit Tigers Winter Caravan
Celebrates Livonia's 75th Anniversary
Livonia Fire Chief Shadd Whitehead accepts a framed No. 75 Detroit Tigers jersey
from Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler as Tigers broadcaster Rod Allen looks on.
Heros On Hines 5k Run
Heros On Hines 5k Run
Livonia child care center students focus on fire safety
Pietraz And Covalle Retirement Pictures
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What's New at Livonia Firefighters IAFF Local 1164
Livonia Fire Department battles suspicious fire
The Livonia Fire Department says a fire at a home Sunday afternoon in the 8900 block of Farmington remains under investigation as suspicious in nature. Fire inspector Keith Bo said crews responded Sunday afternoon to the fire at the home near Farmington and Kentucky. He said no injuries were reported as the owner was not home at the time of the incident. Read More...
Fire Prevention Week Open House
(Seven mile Road at Wayne Road) Fire hose target practice for the kids Games and giveaways Firefighter dress-up for the kids Cooking fire Demonstrations Fire Safety information Visit our station for a close-up look At firefighting equipment and vehicles. Call 734-466-2444 for more information. BRING YOUR CAMERA. Read More...
2 Livonia Churchill freshmen in stolen Mustang killed in crash
Two Livonia Churchill High School freshmen boys were killed  Saturday in Plymouth Township after the stolen Ford Mustang they were in hit a minivan, rolled over and burst into flames, police said. The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed the teens' ages as 14 and 15 but didn't release their names Sunday afternoon. Read More...

News You Can Use
Brothers and Sisters,     Recent legislation dealing with our 1st Amendment Rights to free speech has renewed debate about what we may or may not be able to say as public employees. Certainly when we are engaged in union activity we do have some protections, all though it seems less and less every year.
Delegato-McColl Scholarship Information
The Delegato/McColl Scholarship was created for active members of the Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to become union leaders at the state, local, and international level.
Download: WSU Scholarship Information.pdf

SB 427 amends Good Samaritan Law to add licensed EMS providers
Previously, under the Good Samaritan Law (Public Act 17 of 1963) in the State of Michigan, certain health professionals were not liable for civil damages as a result of acts or omissions in rendering care, except acts or omissions amounting to gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct, when providing care without compensation under certain circumstances, primarily during emergencies. Specifically this law exempted liability to physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses and licensed practical nurses. Oddly absent were any level of EMS Licensure.
New LODD Benefit Signed into Law Today
Legislation expanding benefits to families of fallen first responders signed into law. Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016 LANSING, Mich. – Legislation extending medical benefits to surviving families of Michigan first responders who die in the line of duty was signed today by the Governor.
Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Halting Election Law Signed by Governor Snyder
Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Halting Election Law Signed by Governor Snyder Unions challenge PA 269, which violates Contract Clause, First Amendment rights of union members in Michigan elections LANSING – U.S. District Court Judge Linda V.

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