Parma Heights Provides Smoke Detectors To Residents At No Cost

From left are:  Parma Heights Assistant Fire Chief Pat Finneran, resident Lorraine Paul, Brent Hovanec of Lowe's, resident Mary Carratola, Parma Heights Mayor Michael P. Byrne, resident Audrey Peterson, Chris Hope from the Greenbrier Senior Living Community and resident Larry Paul.

Because the safety of our residents is our top priority, smoke detectors were recently purchased for residents who expressed a need at no cost to the homeowners. The smoke detectors were purchased through the generosity of the Greenbrier Senior Living Community, 6455 Pearl Road, Lowe’s, Parma Heights Councilman Jim McCall, and Parma Heights Mayor Michael P. Byrne.

Members of the Parma Heights Fire Department have graciously agreed to install the smoke detectors for those residents who wish, also at no cost to them. “It is my hope that these new smoke detectors will keep everyone safe,” said Parma Heights Councilman James McCall. Added Mayor Michael P. Byrne. “The safety of every Parma Heights resident is our top concern.”

Said Parma Heights Fire Chief Bryan Sloan: “Early detection is the key to surviving a fire in your home. A properly working smoke detector can mean the difference between life and death.  That’s why those who provided the funds to purchase the smoke detectors for our senior citizens make such an impact for our community.  We thank Lowe’s, the Greenbrier Health Care Center, Parma Heights Councilman Jim McCall and Mayor Michael P. Byrne.”

Rick Haase

Rick Haase handles Public Relations and Special Projects in the Office of Parma Heights Mayor Michael P. Byrne

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Volume 9, Issue 6, Posted 8:50 AM, 06.02.2017