2015-09-23 / Front Page

SMOKE ALARM BLITZ



Franca Meloncelli of the American Red Cross, Gaffney Fire Capt. Jody Brasington and Fire Lt. Doug Bowers formulate a game plan Saturday morning before volunteers head out to make sure homes in several targeted neighborhoods had working smoke detectors. The “smoke alarm blitz” as it was called, was sponsored by the Broad River Electric Cooperative. 
(Ledger photo / TIM GULLA) Franca Meloncelli of the American Red Cross, Gaffney Fire Capt. Jody Brasington and Fire Lt. Doug Bowers formulate a game plan Saturday morning before volunteers head out to make sure homes in several targeted neighborhoods had working smoke detectors. The “smoke alarm blitz” as it was called, was sponsored by the Broad River Electric Cooperative. (Ledger photo / TIM GULLA)

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The city has passed first reading of an ordinance that would allow a U-haul truck drop off (up to four trucks in the Farmer’s Market parking lot across from the Gaffney Visitors Center. Do you think this is an appropriate spot for such an enterprise?