Will's World

Manley, Will
September 2004
American Libraries;Sep2004, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p96
Trade Publication
Reflects on the annual citizen satisfaction survey. Satisfaction ratings of their fire department; View on firefighters; Experience of the author on spending time at their local fire station.


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