ABOVE-&-BEYOND
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Nominate peers, local agency members, and/or community members who you believe are deserving of recognition for the Excellence in Service Awards.

ABOVE-&-BEYOND
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Nominate peers, local agency members, and/or community members who you believe are deserving of recognition for the Excellence in Service Awards.

ABOVE-&-BEYOND
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Nominate peers, local agency members, and/or community members who you believe are deserving of recognition for the Excellence in Service Awards.

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Scott, this item was continued by the board. No meetings have been scheduled as of yet, however, when another workshop is scheduled it will be posted on this page.

I would challenge every district tax payer to check wirh the County Assessor and Auditor and see how much of each tax dollar you pay actually goes to the fire district. You'll be surprised.

You want to charge for every service you provide? This is ridiculous. As a resident of the district I'm already charged a large benefit assessment. A much larger fee than similar districts.

This is INSANE. Almost $2,900 to be flown out from a vehicle accident that caught fire and a BC was on scene?!? The water rescue is insane!!!! $448 plus $56 per hour per rescuer...normal rescue operations....minimum of 2 on the boat crew, you have an incident commander, normally 2 more on shore, more than likely a safety officer....it could go on and on. Who, on scene, is defined as a rescuer? Just the guys on the boat? The IC? The safety officer? Chief response, as in BC??? So like ANY real incident is always going to get another $280 tacked on to the price tag?!? What's miscellaneous equipment?!? Is the boat and your utility separate? So two separate charges of $336 per hour?!?

Will their be any more meetings on these issues? I missed this one and would like to listen in on this discussion? If not did the district continue forward with fee collection plans? Thank You

No. Taxed enough already. If you cannot perform the service with the money you already take from us, then we should vote to privately contract these services out.

Ridiculous people pay property taxes and assessments for fire service

Aaron Will if you can attend, please do, this is all bad.

I am completely against this.

Charging for services? Don’t we already pay?

Very interesting. Curious to know more

I disagree with this.

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#StanConFire CAL FIRE Tuolumne-Calaveras Unit PHI Med 4-1 Modesto
Earlier this evening, units from Stanislaus Consolidated and Cal Fire responded to a vehicle accident on Highway 132, just west of #LaGrange. The vehicle went off the roadway and down a 50’ embankment. The patient was brought up the embankment and transported to an awaiting helicopter. Highway 132 was closed for a short time, but has now reopened.
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Heather Cardoza, was this your son’s accident?

Frank here’s what you saw

3 weeks ago

Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District

#StanConFire #OpenHouse #Dedication #Waterford #Hickman #LaGrange
Today, community members, dignitaries from across the region, the Rinehart Family, and the Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District Board Directors officially opened and dedicated our new fire station, #Station24, in the City of Waterford.

Station 24 was dedicated to Chief Robert Rinehart, who served the citizens of Waterford-Hickman Fire Protection District and the Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District from 1972-2005 when he retired.

The community was able to tour the fire station, check out fire department tools, and equipment, and take home fire prevention material. Thank you Stanislaus Consolidated Firefighters Assoc for barbecuing the hot dogs.
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What a fine looking facility. The District has sure come a long way. Congratulations Chief Rinehart!

Congratulations Bob. Have come a long way

Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District is building, and opening new fire stations, and the City of Ceres is closing them, and laying firefighters off. Something is really wrong here. It's time for some serious consolidation talks.

I was glad to see Chief Richards speaking, at the ceremony. Great looking station. Be safe.

Congratulations Bob what a special honor.

Couple of great Chiefs to dedicate

Awsome work fellas

Congratulations!!

Congratulations! It looks very nice!

Beautiful station!

Everything looked great!

Jen Breshears

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