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ifpwg.com, 6 Jan 2011 [cached]
Chief Pierce joined the Newry Fire Deptartment in 1994 as a Firefighter.
He was promoted to Captain 2 years later and then to Assistant Chief in 1999.
In 2010 he was voted in as Chief of the Newry Fire Department.
He is currently working at carrying on the traditions of Newry's small town rural Fire Deptartment.
Chief Pierce is enjoying raising his children in this beautiful mountain setting and being an active member in his community
Chief, Newry Fire Department
Town of Newry Maine
www.newrymaine.org, 16 Mar 2014 [cached]
Bruce Pierce sold a fire radio to Sunday River Skiway and Retta received the check payable to Town of Newry, check should have been paid to Bruce, a check will be issued to Bruce for payment.
sold a fire radio to Sunday River Skiway and Retta received the check payable to Town of Newry, check should have been paid to Bruce
, a check will be issued to Bruce
requested Retta have the selectmen review an Accident Insurance policy for the firemen.
The selectmen have requested this information be tabled until the next meeting (Feb 11, 2014) when Bruce
will be at the meeting, so they can review the request with him.
Town of Newry Maine - Planning Board
www.newrymaine.org, 7 Jan 2012 [cached]
Bruce Pierce, representing the Newry Fire Department, discussed fire pond issues in relations to the Timber Village project.
Newry Fire Chief Bruce ...
www.sunjournal.com, $reference.date [cached]
Newry Fire Chief Bruce Pierce and his neighbors were among those whose backyards were recently ransacked by one of the pesky 250-pound animals.
Pierce, who lives on Sunday River Road, left home early Tuesday morning to battle a blaze in Rumford only to return at about 6:30 a.m. and find a bear caught in a trap outside his home.
"I didn't expect anything.
I figured I left the trap open and if it happened, it happened.
If it didn't, it didn't," Pierce said.
neighbors moved the trap around the area for weeks in hopes of catching the bear.
baited it one last time and was actually awaiting Maine Game Wardens to pick it up sometime last week.
The bear was first encountered at Outward Bound across the road from his
home a few weeks ago where it broke into a recycling building and later went after food tied up in a tree.
said the bear then made its way across the road into his
pig pen before heading across the road to homes along Monkey Brook Road.
Town of Newry - Fire Department
www.newrymaine.com, 5 Dec 2008 [cached]
Assistant Chief: Bruce Pierce: 824-3905