Leadership

WESTCHESTER CHIEFS DISCUSS LIGHTS FOR FIRE ALARM BOXES

Issue 5 and Volume 83.

WESTCHESTER CHIEFS DISCUSS LIGHTS FOR FIRE ALARM BOXES Meeting of Emergency Plan at Port Chester, Favors Amber Colored Lights to Indicate Boxes — Good Attendance AN interesting discussion on the subject of the most advantageous color for lights indicating fire alarm signal boxes was a feature of the regular meeting of the Westchester County Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan, held at Fire Headquarters, Port Chester, N. Y., on Wednesday, February 19, at 8 p. m. The plan is an organization of the chiefs of Westchester County, formed for mutual aid, cooperation and improvement, and includes in its membership some fifty-eight officers, representing the majority of the cities and towns of the county. The meeting was opened by the President, Chief George S. Towle, of Larchmont, and the members were welcomed by Mayor Halsey J. Munson, of Port Chester, and by Chief George Birkett, of the city. Chief Howard A. Griffen, of…

Subscribe to unlock this content

Subscribe Now