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McNabb tapped for NFPA director of gov't affairs

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

WASHINGTON--Nancy McNabb has been appointed director of government affairs for the National Fire Protection Association.
McNabb comes to the job with experience in both construction and code enforcement.

Tax bill has alarm fee reminder

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

GEORGETOWN, S.C.

Experts say: "U.S. sprinkler mandate by 2007"

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10/01/2005

QUINCY, Mass.--Fire protection officials believe a recently approved fire sprinkler model code is further evidence that fire sprinklers will soon be required in all nursing homes.

Advantage gets a leg up

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10/01/2005

HOUSTON--Feeling the company was helping the competition to expand by helping with jobs rather than getting their own, Advantage Interests Inc. diversified its offerings two years ago.

SimplexGrinnell opens visitor center

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

WESTMINSTER, Mass.--SimplexGrinnell, a business unit of Tyco Fire & Security, opened a worldwide visitor center here in August.

Sprinkler referendums narrowly defeated

Disappointed but determined: Arizona installers, fire and city officials assess the vote
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10/01/2005

GOODYEAR, Ariz.-- Two days after suffering an electoral defeat, proponents of a fire sprinkler mandate were circling the wagons and talking about how to pass a similar measure in the future.

Siemens passes test

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.

McNabb answers call

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

QUINCY, Mass.--The National Fire Protection Association appointed Nancy McNabb as its new director of government affairs, based in Washington, D.

Low turnout hampers Arizona installers' cause

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10/01/2005

GOODYEAR, Ariz.--Low overall voter turnout and a successful get-out-the-vote effort by the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona accounted for the September defeat of fire sprinkler referendums in the cities of Goodyear and Avondale, said city officials.

United we stand

Company is choice for high asset fire protection projects
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09/01/2005

UNION, N.J.

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