Following are a few notes taken from the minutes of various Village Board meetings.
- March 1920 - A motion in regards to pay for fire calls was passed.
- False Alarms
Assistant Chief $2
- Fire with Water Used
Assistant Chief $4
- Department Meeting
Assistant Chief $2.50
- Salaries for the firemen from April 1, 1921, through April 1, 1922, was $186.
- August 21, 1922 - 250 feet of 3” hose was purchased for $245. That was with a discount.
- January 2, 1923 - A lungmotor machine was bought to resuscitate people when they stopped breathing. The cost was $196.
- August 3, 1925 - A petition was voted against issuing bonds for an automatic box type fire alarm system.
- April 20, 1928 - A vote was posted to the residents for a taxation bond in the amount of $5,000. The bonds were for the purchase of a new fire engine. The vote passed 214 for and 141 against. On October 1, 1928, an American LaFrance engine was purchased.
- August 3, 1931 - Postmaster Adams advised that street signs be put up throughout town. It should be known that the firemen had memorized the streets, but a post office ordinance stated that street signs shall be put up.
- October 9, 1935 - Main Street Bridge reconstruction was voted on and passed. The cost was estimated at $37,300.