The Flossmoor Fire Department has an opportunity to add two new shift captains to its full-time staff thanks in part to a $348,992 Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response (SAFER) grant.Funding is coming from a Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) grant program designed to provide funding to help increase or maintain highly-trained firefighters in the nation’s communities. With only one full-time shift captain currently on staff, Assistant Fire Chief Keith Damm said the SAFER grant will be a significant boon to the strength and stability of the department as it will . . .
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