Indiantown Fire Rescue FAQ Answers and Analysis – (Part One of Four)

This is part one of a four part exclusive TONY Z SPECIAL


Editors Comments: When The First Mayor of Indiantown called and let us know that she was “arranging to discuss the fire rescue proposal with Martin County Fire Rescues Chief and wondered if would like to go along?”

Well you can imagine our response.

The following is part one of a four part series that we will be bringing you exclusively from our own Tony Z.  Our thanks to Martin County Fire Rescue and the professionals that explained the in’s and out’s of a very emotional topic, your safety.

We need to mention the dedication to the TRUTH that is exhibited by Ms. Gibbs-Thomas in her role as an elected Servant of the people. Her effort to learn and make decisions in the peoples interest is the way this is supposed to work. Information from one side only is never good. Especially if we swallow it hook line and sinker.

The efforts towards exposure of the facts should never be considered political, racial or anything other than just that, fact finding. Let the truth speak for itself and the politics of nature will take it from there.  Editor ~ TAM

2 thoughts on “Indiantown Fire Rescue FAQ Answers and Analysis – (Part One of Four)

  1. This meeting was timely and informative. Ms. Gibbs-Thomas should be congratulated. We have a better grasp of how important professionalism and experience are. Very thorough. It’s clear that MC Fire Rescue is well seasoned and fully aware of the complexities of responding in a robust and efficient manner. Why are a handful of Indiantown officials doggedly pursuing to sever MC Fire Rescue? No one has ever alleged poor response or inadequacy. This is very suspicious.


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