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Rio Verde Fire District

Anticipated Board Vacancy

Announcement

Date: 2/28/2018

REVISED 3/6/2018

The Rio Verde Fire District Board of Directors anticipates that there will be an opening for a Board member on or after March 15, 2018.

The five-member Board oversees the Rio Verde Fire District. The Board is responsible for District policy and financial decisions supported by property Tax Revenues from the Rio Verde, Tonto Verde, and Trilogy at Verde River communities.

The Board is soliciting applications for this vacant position for which its term will conclude November 26, 2018. To qualify you must be a registered voter within the Rio Verde Fire District boundary for at least the last consecutive twelve months and be available to attend monthly meetings in person or by conference call.

All interested parties should submit their resumes and a letter of intent to the following address:

Rio Verde Fire District

Attn: Jerry Fickes, Clerk of the Board

25608 North Forest Road

Rio Verde, Arizona, 85263.

Submissions must be received on or before Tuesday, March 20, 2018. Please contact Jerry Fickes at 480-471-4338 with any questions regarding this position.

 

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2 firefighters dead in 'tragic day' for Wilmington Fire Department

, and , The News Journal 11:41 a.m. EDT September 25, 2016
www.delawareonline.com/story/news/crime/2016/09/24/two-wilmington-firefighters-killed-delaware/91017520/
 

Two longtime firefighters were killed when a floor in a Canby Park rowhouse gave way in an intense fire early Saturday, injuring four others in what Chief Anthony Goode called "a very tragic day for the Wilmington Fire Department." The incident is the first death of a city firefighter in almost two decades.

Lt. Christopher Leach, 41, a 14-year veteran, and Senior Firefighter Jerry Fickes, 51, a 13-year veteran, died in the fire. Both men had children and families, Goode said at a press conference Saturday.

Firefighters Ardythe Hope and Brad Speakman were transported to Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland, Pennsylvania, and were in critical but stable condition Saturday evening.

Two other injured firefighters, Terrance Tate and John Cawthray, were treated at Christiana Hospital and discharged Saturday afternoon.

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