What you need to know to protect your important items in documents in case of fire, how the Keego Harbor Police Department is upgrading its equipment, and a preview of the 2024 Black Expo, all on today’s episode of “The Splash Live!”
Today on the program, West Bloomfield Township Fire Marshal Byron Turnquist provides helpful advice to help you protect family memories and important information in the event of a fire, as well as a review of some basic fire safety standards that you can implement at home today!
Additionally, Keego Harbor Chief of Police John Fitzgerald talks about the department’s acquisition of body cameras and updated in-vehicle camera equipment, as well as what you should consider before going out onto our icy local waterways this winter.
Also, Sherri Anne Wynter from the West Bloomfield Diversity Taskforce previews the 2024 Black Expo, coming in early February to the Orchard Mall, as well as the many other initiatives that the Diversity Taskforce undertakes all throughout the year.
Plus, a chance for you to talk about ongoing projects and educational initiatives with the West Bloomfield School District, as well as how your kids can win special prizes for reading this winter at the West Bloomfield Township Public Library!
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