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Passport To Safety 2015
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Livonia’s Fire and Rescue team works to extricate a 180-pound mock patient
in an extrication demonstration that took place in St. Mary Mercy Livonia’s parking lot on May 14.
The fire investigation continues at the Brickshire Plaza where a fire ignited early Wednesday mornin
No injuries in Livonia shopping center awning collapse
Fire severely damages Plymouth Road business in Livonia
Fight For Air Climb 2015
Six families displaced in Livonia condo fire
November Car Fire
November Car Fire

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Livonia Fire & Rescue demos vehicle extrication
Livonia Fire and Rescue demonstrated a vehicle extrication recently in the St. Mary Mercy Livonia parking lot in partnership with St. Mary Mercy’s Emergency and Trauma Departments and Ford Motor Co. as education for staff. All St. Mary Mercy physicians and colleagues were invited to observe. Read More...
Livonia strip mall fire being treated as ‘suspicious’
Livonia fire officials are investigating the cause of a suspicious fire early Wednesday morning that damaged a strip mall in Livonia, closing a restaurant and hobby shop. “Right now, it’s being treating as an open investigation. Read More...
Facade of Livonia building collapses
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player LIVONIA, Mich. - Business has been halted for a handful of stores in a Livonia strip mall after the façade of the building collapsed Wednesday afternoon. Read More...
Fire severely damages Plymouth Road business in Livonia
A structure fire severely damaged a business on Plymouth Road in Livonia Wednesday morning. Livonia firefighters responded to a 911 call at 4:45 a.m. Wednesday from a motorist driving by Custom Stone Works, 32910 Plymouth. The motorist told dispatchers smoke was visible from the business's roof. Read More...
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Important Collective Bargaining Update - Please Read! (11/10/2014)

We previously reported to you that on October 15, 2014, PA 322 was signed into law. This new law provides significant relief for our members in the areas of wages, step increases, health care costs, and retroactivity. The attached fact sheet will explain in detail how the law will affect those locals that have expired contracts as well as those that are about to expire.
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MPFFU Safety Alert

The MPFFU Safety and Health Committee would like to share this "near-miss" information: On 5/31/15, Engine 3 from the Plainfield Fire Department responded to a wire down in the yard at 1350 Sunnyside Dr. They arrived to find an uncoated wire down in the yard. The wire was still attached to one pole approx. 3 ft. above the communication lines.
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Governor Snyder signs SB 211!

Brothers and Sisters, We are still waiting to hear whether or not the Governor will sign our bill.  The deadline is this Wednesday by midnight.  If it’s not signed by then we believe that the bill will be dead. We need to keep the pressure up!!  If you have not contacted the Governor’s office yet, please do ASAP.
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HB 5097 Signed into Law (October 16, 2014)

Brothers and Sisters, I have great news to pass on. Our bill, HB 5097, was passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor into law. This is the bill that exempted us from Public Act 54. For those of you that are not familiar with that law, it basically banned any step increases and retro activity and forced us to pay 100% of health care increases while we were under an expired contract.
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Michigan Right to Work law would extend to police, firefighters under Midland lawmaker's proposal

LANSING, MI -- A newly-elected state representative from Midland has drafted legislation to extend the reach of Michigan's Right to Work law to public safety personnel, the only union members exempt under the 2012 law. State Rep. Gary Glenn is currently courting co-sponsors for the legislation. He said he hopes to accomplish that goal and introduce the bill sometime in early March.
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