April 15, 2021
L.W. Bills Company is Growing!!!
Thank you so much for speaking with me regarding our growing needs. As I mentioned L.W. Bills Company is looking to hire a number of positions this year. I have enclosed information on 2 of the most pressing positions we are looking to fill.
Included in the packet is a short description of the position of Director of Administration/Engineering and the position of Office Manager. I have also included a detailed description of the positions as well as a company information sheet and list of company benefits. Please feel free to distribute the information to any qualified candidates!
L.W. Bills Company offers an excellent benefit package, including 100% health insurance for single/family, ownership in an employed owned company, plus much more. Starting salary and salary range will be negotiated depending upon qualifications.
A resume and cover letter can be sent to:
L.W. Bills Company
PO Box 7
Georgetown, MA 01833
A prompt response is greatly appreciated. L.W. Bills Company is an equal opportunity employer.
Link: LW Bills
The address for anyone wishing to make a donation is: North Reading Fireman’s Relief Association152 Park StreetNorth Reading, MA 01864Please put “Ed O’Brien” in the memo section of the check. The relief association is a 501 c3 organization and donations are tax deductible.
Fire Dispatcher Salem Fire DepartmentTITLE: Fire Alarm Operator Dispatcher:4-11 PM Full-time, AFSCME Local 1818 Position with benefits https://www.salem.com/sites/g/files/vyhlif3756/f/uploads/fao_posting_3.19.2021.pdf
Please see the attached information sent out by FCAM, This is a fellow Chief that is a friend to many of our District 15 brethren, Please consider donating, if you have any specific questions please feel free to Call me or Chief LeClaire in Newburyport… thanks RPG
Update on Fire at Kingston, NH Fire Chief’s Home
Chief Pellerin will be available to members of the news media at 3:30 p.m. at the Kingston Fire Station, 148 Main St., Kingston, N.H.
KINGSTON, N.H. — Fire investigators were at the Woodland Drive home of Kingston Fire Chief Graham Pellerin on Monday. A preliminary determination has been made that the damage to the home was an accidental electrical fire.
Chief Pellerin, his wife, son and dogs are currently staying with friends. Extensive repair work will be needed to make the home habitable once again.
Area fire chiefs are organizing a donation effort to support Chief Pellerin and his family. Donations may be made in the name of Chief Graham Pellerin and should be mailed to:
Seacoast Chief Fire Officers Mutual Aid District
P.O. Box 1288
Hampton, NH 03843
No one was hurt in the fire that broke out shortly after 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Fire crews from 12 communities answered the call.
“I am overwhelmed by the amount of support my family has received over the past 24 hours. It truly means everything to us,” Chief Pellerin said. “I am used to fighting fires, but I have never been in the role of property owner, dealing with the aftermath of insurance claims and sudden relocation. It has certainly given me new perspective on the job.”