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Captain Dennis Waldbillig Retiring After 43 Years Of Fire Service

Deerfield Township, Warren County, OH:  Deerfield Township Fire Rescue Captain Dennis Waldbillig will retire October 5, 2018 after 43 years of public service.

Growing up in a family steep in tradition of the fire service Waldbillig initially began his career in high school as a cadet for Sharonville Fire Depart in 1974 helping maintain equipment and fire hydrants, including the rebuild of a 1952 Mack firetruck. In 1975 Waldbillig officially became an active volunteer firefighter/EMT. The next summer in 1976 started as a security officer at Kings Island. During that time he completed training to become a Warren County Special Deputy and was grandfathered in as an EMT.

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Deerfield Township Announces Holiday Season Pop Shop

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Selected business will receive reduced rent at Deerfield Towne Center and $1,000 grant

Deerfield Township – Deerfield Township announced today a partnership with Ramco Properties, with support from the Mason Deerfield Chamber and Warren County Small Business Alliance, for a pop-up retail store in the Deerfield Towne Center during the 2018 holiday shopping season.

The Deerfield Township Holiday Pop Shop seeks to assist prospective small business owners in the operation of a brick and mortar retail location for a limited time with a reduced level of risk.

The program is intended to help the selected applicant understand what it takes to make the transition from creator, farmer’s market vendor, or online store to a brick and mortar store.

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Maplewood Opens Deerfield Township Location

Deerfield Township – Thunderdome Restaurant Group opened Maplewood Kitchen and Bar on Monday July 16, 2018 in the Deerfield Towne Center at 5065 Deerfield Boulevard in Deerfield Township, Ohio. This is the second location for the concept. The first is located in the 84.51 building in Downtown Cincinnati.

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