Tim Manly has been named chief of the Brinnon Fire Department, where he served as part-time chief since 2016. Manly said he plans to focus on replacing the department’s equipment that is out of date and inappropriate for the rural community it serves. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News).

Tim Manly has been named chief of the Brinnon Fire Department, where he served as part-time chief since 2016. Manly said he plans to focus on replacing the department’s equipment that is out of date and inappropriate for the rural community it serves. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News).

Brinnon Fire Department names Tim Manly as full time chief

Facility, equipment upgrades on list of priorities for career firefighter, paramedic

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