HOBART | The Fire Department's top brass is top heavy, Fire Chief Brian Taylor told city officials.
HOBART | The attorney for disciplined Hobart firefighter Lt. Mark Slonaker said he won't appeal his client's five-day suspension.
HOBART | The attorney for disciplined Hobart firefighter Lt. Mark Slonaker will recommend he file an appeal.
HOBART | Hobart Fire Department Lt. Mark Slonaker will retain his rank but he will receive a five-day suspension and be on probation, the Fire Commission ruled Tuesday.
HOBART | Barber shop operator Shelly Gilliana testified Tuesday she contacted Fire Chief Brian Taylor because, she said, of disparaging comments she overheard Lt. Mark Slonaker had made about fellow firefighters.
HOBART | The Hobart Civil Service Fire Commission will hold a disciplinary hearing for firefighter Lt. Mark Slonaker at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday at City Hall, 414 Main St.
HOBART | The Hobart Civil Service Fire Commission agreed Tuesday to continue to 6 p.m. Nov. 13 a disciplinary hearing for firefighter Lt. Mark Slonaker.
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