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**PUBLIC NOTICE** All non-emergency offices will be closed on Thursday, 11/22 and Friday, 11/23 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.    Therefore, Garbage Services will operate on the following schedule the week of November 19th:

Monday Service will be picked up on Monday, 11/19.  Tuesday Service will be picked up on Tuesday, 11/20.  Wednesday and Thursday Service will be picked up on Wednesday, 11/21.  There will be no bulk pick-up during the week of Nov. 19th-23rd.  Recycling will remain as scheduled. Please remember  to break down all cardboard and remove  styrofoam. 

Fire Department Apparatus

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Engine 14

Engine 14 is a 2007 Pierce Dash Custom Pumper. This apparatus has a 1500 GPM single stage Waterous pump and a 1000 gallon water tank. This apparatus carries 1200 feet of five-inch supply hose. This apparatus also has two 1 3/4 inch pre-connected crosslay attack lines, a 150 feet 1 1/2 inch trash line in front bumper, one 2 inch and one 2 1/2 inch pre-connected attack lines off the rear, a pre-piped deck gun for maximum fire attack versatility, a 200 feet deadlay of 3 inch with blitz-fire nozzle attached, a 200 feet of 3 inch deadlay with a gated y, and another 200 feet of deadlay 3 inch.  This apparatus has a 7.5 KW diesel generator with telescoping lights, a 200 foot electric cord reel and a Husky foam system with a thirty gallon cell. This apparatus has an on board laptop computer equipped with a Comupter Aided Dispatch(CAD). This apparatus also carries a compliment of Phoenix Rescue tools and medical equipment, and serves as a first out apparatus on all calls in the Nashville Fire Department Response District.

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Engine 141

Engine 141 is a 2001 Pierce Dash Custom Pumper. This apparatus has a 1500 GPM single stage Waterous pump and a 1000 gallon water tank. This apparatus carries 1200 feet of five-inch supply hose. This apparatus also has two 1 3/4 inch pre-connected crosslay attack lines, a 150 feet 1 1/2 inch trash line in front bumper, one 2 inch and one 2 1/2 inch pre-connected attack lines off the rear, a pre-piped deck gun for maximum fire attack versatility, a 200 feet deadlay of 3 inch with blitz-fire nozzle attached, a 200 feet of 3 inch deadlay with a gated y, and another 200 feet of deadlay 3 inch. This apparatus has a 7.5 KW diesel generator with telescoping lights, a 200 foot electric cord reel and a Foam Pro 2000 foam system with a thirty gallon cell. This apparatus also carries a compliment of medical equipment.

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Truck 14

Truck 14 is a 2007 Kenworth with a wolverine body. It has a 1000 GPM fire pump and a 2000 Gal. Tank. The apparatus also has 2 gravity fed dumps located on the rear and one on the driver. It is equipped with 1000ft of 5 inch, Two preconnected  1 3/4 200ft lines with TFT Nozzles, 400ft of 3 inch, 200ft 2 1/2 inch, and a 1 inch booster reel. It also has a 2100 Gal Portable Drafting Tank.

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Rescue 14 

Rescue 14 is a 2001 Spartan Coastal Industries Custom Rescue.  This apparatus has a 25 KW PTO generator and a 9000 watt Wil Burt Night Scan light tower.  This unit carries a full compliment of rescue and fire related equipment that meets the NC Association of Rescue and EMS Standard for heavy rescue certification

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Brush 14

Squad 14 is a 2010 Ford F-550 4×4 Brush/Medical Response vehicle. It is equipped with a 300 gallon slide in skid unit with 250GPM pump and a 5 gallon foam tank. This unit carries all medical equipment to provide EMT level of care. Unit carries two Airpacks, various Brush/Wildland firefighting tools. Vehicle is also equipped with an on board laptop computer with CAD and Accountability software.

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Chief's Vehicle

Command Vehicle is a 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe 4×4.This vehicle is equipped with on board laptop computer with CAD and Accountability software. It has a rear storage compartment with pull out desktop for Command Post Operations. Unit is also equipped with Medical supplies for Medical Response if needed.