In this file photo, Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division Chief Lavarn Lucas discusses several recommendations from the department's 2013 strategic plan with Town of Hilton Head Island Public Safety Committee members (from left) John McCann, Marc Grant and Bill Harkins.
In this file photo, Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division Chief Lavarn Lucas discusses several recommendations from the department's 2013 strategic plan with Town of Hilton Head Island Public Safety Committee members (from left) John McCann, Marc Grant and Bill Harkins. Brian Heffernan, staff photo
In this file photo, Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division Chief Lavarn Lucas discusses several recommendations from the department's 2013 strategic plan with Town of Hilton Head Island Public Safety Committee members (from left) John McCann, Marc Grant and Bill Harkins. Brian Heffernan, staff photo

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