Trotwood Fire & Rescue receives donation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors

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Trotwood Fire & Rescue received a donation of 56 Carbon Monoxide detectors from Firefighter and Company Credit Union (previously named Dayton Firefighters Federal Credit Union) This is the 4thconsecutive year the credit union has donated the carbon monoxide detectors. Over the 4 year period a total of 1,560 detectors have been donated to area fire departments as a part of …

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Welcome New City of Trotwood Police Officers

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Paul J. Dapkus Began his career with the City of Trotwood as a full-time Police Officer on May 7, 2018. Paul is 28 years old and single. Parents, Gerald & Andrea Dapkus. Paul grew up in Springboro Ohio and later attended college at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, graduating with a B.A. in Diplomacy and Global Politics. In 2017 Paul …

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Citizens Police Academy

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Our Police Department will be conducting a free 9 week Citizens Police Academy for adult Trotwood residents! This is a unique, hands-on, and interactive experience for people who want to learn more about what police officers do in their day-to-day roles. If you are interested in participating or would like more information about the Citizens Police Academy, please email Sgt. …

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U.S. Census Bureau Employment Opportunities

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The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking qualified office staff for 2020 Census operations in the local area. Excellent Pay Flexible Hours Paid Training Temporary Positions Positions Coming Soon: Area Census Office Manager Lead Census Field Manager Census Field Manager Administration Manager It Manager Recruiting Manager Apply Online Today! For more information about available jobs or assistance with applying online …

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Community Connection Winter 2018

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Message From the Trotwood Mayor, Mary A. McDonald Hello family, What a wonderful year we’ve had together here in the Great City of Trotwood. We are excited to announce to you that a final decision has been made regarding the relocation of the Western Division of the Montgomery County Municipal Courts. The courts will move from New Lebanon to the …