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Why voting YES for Bald Hills Fire Levy matters!

Thurston County Fire Protection District 17 Logo
Mark Gregory, Fire Chief,
Steve Slater, Deputy Fire Chief

From the Bald Hills Fire Dept website:
“Our volunteer department is located in the rural southeast corner of Thurston County. We serve a local community of approximately 4,190 citizens. We provide fire suppression and basic life support emergency medical services. We also provide and receive mutual aid from neighboring fire districts within Thurston County. Our primary station is located along Bald Hill Road in front of Lackamas Elementary School.

The foundation of this department is our volunteers and their families. Our department is and shall remain a volunteer organization. We are dedicated to the protection of lives, property and the environment through service, compassion and professionalism. Being a volunteer requires numerous hours of initial and on-going training. They endeavor to meet training requirements and performance standards that make no distinction between paid or volunteer personnel.”
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Read more from Steven Wyble’s excellent report in the Nisqually Valley News:
“Bald Hills fire district asks voters to renew levy”
“Measure, if passed, would allow an override of tax increases imposed by Initiative 747”

Posted by Steve on July 20, 2013 at 6:27 am | Permalink

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