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Firefighters concerned with chief’s leadership
Report reveals ‘insufficient evidence’ to support claims
City Council
MONROE — At their meeting Monday, Oct. 7 Monroe City Council representatives discussed the results of an investigation into the Monroe Fire Department’s leaders. Concerns were initially spurred after a letter was sent to the Police and Fire Commission and then to City Administrator Phil Rath around April 30 asking for the resignation of Monroe Fire Chief Dan Smits and Deputy Chief Alan Rufer. The letter was signed by 24 individuals, most being current fire department members and officers.

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