In the wake of January’s horse barn fire at Classy Lane Training Centre, Puslinch Fire and Rescue Services is taking a proactive approach in educating rural property owners in the hopes of preventing such fires in the future.
On March 2, both Goode and chief fire prevention officer Jason Benn updated Puslinch councillors on both the fire itself and the department’s prevention measures.
Benn stated the Classy Lane stables fire marked the largest fire loss in Puslinch.
“We’ve been working diligently with Classy Lane to come up with an education program, which we will provide to other rural residents in Puslinch and neighbouring areas,” said Benn….
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