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Stephens resigns from Parish Fire Chief position

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Charles Stephens, West Baton Rouge Parish’s Fire Chief, resigned from his position last Thursday, January 8.

Stephens was appointed the first fire chief of the parish-wide fire department in July 2014 after the parish began their consolidation of their six sub-districts.

Stephens, who has more than 20 years of experience as a firefighter, submitted his letter of resignation to Parish President Riley “Pee Wee” Berthelot before the fire district’s Board of Commissioner’s meeting Thursday night.

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Brusly holds Arbor Day ceremony

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The Town of Brusly observed Arbor Day in a ceremony at Alexander Park on Thursday, December 11, 2014, by planting four golden rain trees along the fence surrounding one of the ball fields. The trees were planted alongside previously planted trees to eventually form a border along the fence. The Town’s Arbor Day Ceremony is held annually to fulfill requirements to continue being named a “Tree City USA.”

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