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Hot help from Clothes Less Traveled

The Peachtree City Fire Department recently received a grant from Clothes Less Traveled Inc. to purchase a fire extinguisher simulator to help the fire department with its fire and life safety community programs. The training system will be used for local businesses, industries and schools. The $7,855 grant purchased the unit and all accessories. From left are: Jim O’Connell, President Peachtree City Volunteer Firefighters Association; Dick Allis, CLT Board of Directors; Chris Campbell, Assistant Fire Marshal; Bob Cover, CLT Vice President; Jennie Loper, CLT store manager; Janet McGregor Dunn, CLT Board of Directors and Fire Chief Joe O’Conor. Photo/Special.

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Is this guy O'Connor the new Fire Chief or is he Acting Chief? What's his claim to fame?

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