On Friday morning, representatives from the City of Bainbridge and Decatur County gathered together at Fire Station 2 located on Spring Creek Road in West Bainbridge. This event highlighted cooperation and collaboration between the two local governments as Decatur County Fire and Rescue places a truck into service alongside the one currently in use by Bainbridge Public Safety. This joint effort will allow greater coverage and response time in not only West Bainbridge, but all of Decatur County.
In the group photo standing left to right: Assistant City Manager, Roy Oliver; Commissioner Russell Smith; Commissioner Pete Stephens; Commissioner Rusty Davis; Mayor Pro-tem Don Whaley; Commissioner & Chairman of the Board Dennis Brinson; City Manager Chris Hobby; Mayor Edward Reynolds; Decatur County Administrator Alan Thomas; Commissioner George Anderson; Decatur Fire Chief Charlie McCann; and City of Bainbridge Fire Chief Doyle Welch. Standing on truck are City Councilman Luther Conyers, Public Safety Director Jerry Carter, and City Councilwoman Roslyn Palmer.
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