Tag Archives: Al Poirier

Margo Marrone’s Plymouth Report

Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard 2/3/13 Well, we have certainly had a mixed bag of weather – rain, snow, frigid cold, & balmy temperatures! It makes it hard for the body to adjust…… What do you think, will … Continue reading

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Dry Hydrant Complete on Dead End Road

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services The Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department has completed the repairs of a dry hydrant on Dead End Road that was damaged by Tropical Storm Irene. The repair of this dry hydrant is part of a … Continue reading

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Dry Hydrant Repairs Completed on Billings Road

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department The Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department has completed the repairs of a dry hydrant on Billings Road that was damaged by Tropical Storm Irene. The repairs of this dry hydrant is part of a … Continue reading

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Storm Update 10/30 – Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services From the big picture we survived the Frankenstorm with apparently little damage. However the few individuals that sustained damage would disagree. We can still expect wind gusts through the afternoon and ending early evening. … Continue reading

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Plymouth Emergency Contacts

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services If you have an emergency at your residence, call 911. If you need assistance, but it’s not urgent, call 672-5000 to reach the Plymouth Emergency Operation Center. This line will be monitored as long … Continue reading

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Weather Update 10/28 – Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirer, Plymouth Emergency Services Same story. High winds and moderate rain is still being predicted. Minor flooding is a possibility but the biggest problem will be the wind. Power outages could be our biggest problem. Once the storm … Continue reading

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Weather Update – Plymouth Emergency Services

From Al Poirier, Plymouth Emergency Services There has been no change in the forecast. Still predicting high winds and moderate rain for us. Will send out another update early evening tomorrow unless there is a dramatic change in forecast in which … Continue reading

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