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New Member Tapped For Stanislaus Fire Board

New Member Tapped For Stanislaus Fire Board

POSTED March 7, 2018 10:53 a.m.

A meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 8 in Riverbank at Stanislaus Consolidated Station 26 meeting room will see the swearing in of a new board member and the introduction of a couple of new employees.

The agenda released late Monday afternoon for the March 8 session, scheduled for 6 p.m., includes the swearing in of new Board Member Gregory Bernardi, who is filling a vacant at-large position. Also, an introduction is due and welcome planned for new employees including Gaby Hernandez, Administrative Assistant II and Craig Peterson, Fire Prevention Specialist. Also due as part of the Presentations portion of the meeting is a presentation regarding Purchasing Policies/Fiscal Responsibility.

Due for action by the board is considering adoption of a resolution that would establish and implement a program to “Charge Mitigation Rates for the Deployment of Emergency and Non-Emergency Services” by the fire department for services provided for the Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District. Also up for adoption is a resolution approving the Development Impact Fee Nexus Study and approving the study to be forwarded to the cities of Riverbank and Waterford and Stanislaus County for approval. Discussion of the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid-Year Budget and possible revisions are on the agenda as well.

The board will also asked to consider scheduling a special workshop meeting to set board goals, objectives and priorities for 2018.

The Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District Board of Directors includes Board President Susan Zanker, Vice President Michelle Guzman of Riverbank and Directors Steve Green of Waterford and Dave Woods of Empire.

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