Rancho Santa Fe Review

Fire Chief Michel retires after 35 years in Rancho Santa Fe

The Rancho Santa Fe Association honored Rancho Santa Fe Fire Chief Tony Michel on Dec. 6, as Michel has retired after 35 years of service to the community. RSF Association Manager Christy Whalen and Board President Ken Markstein presented Michel with a proclamation acknowledging their “deep appreciation”...

Fire Chief Michel retires after 35 years in Rancho Santa Fe


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