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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
For Chiloquin-Agency Lake RFPD
DBA Chiloquin Fire & Rescue


Beginning January 18, 2017 the district will hold its regular Board Meeting on 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. All meetings are held at the McLaughlin Training Center located at 120 E. Schonchin Street, Chiloquin, OR 97624.

Copies of Agendas and Meeting Minutes are available at the District Office located at 201 S. First Avenue, Chiloquin OR 97624





The District has received a $56,250.00 grant from USDA, to purchase a Tele-Squirt Fire Engine for structure protection.


The District has received a $10,000.00 grant from Oregon Department of Forestry, Volunteer Fire Assistance Program, for purchase of wildland personal protective equipment, hand tools, and fire hose.


The District has received a $4,594.00 fire grant from The Klamath Tribes for purchase of firefighting equipment and training.


The District has received a $5,000.00 EMS grant from the Klamath Tribes for purchase of CPR and airway management equipment and training.





July 18, 2017                       Board Meeting

August 16, 2017                  Board Meeting

September 20, 2017          Board Meeting

October 18, 2017                Board Meeting

November 15, 2017            Board Meeting

December 20, 2017           Board Meeting

January 17, 2018               Board Meeting

February 21, 2018             Board Meeting

March 21, 2018                  Board / Budget Meeting 

April 18, 2018                     Board / Budget Meeting

May 16, 2018                      Board / Budget Meeting

June 20, 2018                     Board Meeting

Board Calendar

CHILOQUIN FIRE & RESCUE

 

ORGANIZATIONAL STATEMENT

 

 

The Fire District: The Chiloquin Fire & Recue was formed as the results of an election of the Chiloquin Area in 1980. The original District consisted of approximately 56 square miles. The District was formed as per Oregon Revised Statutes 192 (Special Districts) and 478 (Rural Fire Protection Districts). The District boundaries are those lands from Modoc Point; north to the Oregon State Fish Hatchery on Hwy 62; east to the Bonneville Power lines; and south back to Modoc Point. 

 

In 1998, a group of citizens east of Chiloquin from an area commonly referred to as “9 Mile” approached the Board of Directors requesting to annex into the Fire District. This area covers an area of approximately 49 square miles. The area includes those private lands that lie east of the PP&L substation on the Sprague River Road to approximately mile post 12 on the Sprague River Road; Williamson River Road to Lone Pine Road and the southerly line to Sprague River Road at mile post 12. 

 

Board of Directors:  The Board of Directors consists of five (5) positions. Each position has a term of four (4) years. The positions shall be staggered so not to replace all Board Members at the same time. The Board positions are elected by the registered voters of the District. 

 

Candidates must be a registered voter or land owner (ORS 478). 

 

Each July the Board Members shall select a President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer and two members at large.

 

Budget Committee:  The Budget Committee shall consist of five (5) citizens from within the Fire District. Each position has a term of three (3) years. The Budget Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors.

 

Fire Chief: The Board of Directors shall appoint the Fire Chief as per ORS 478. The Board of Directors shall set compensation.

 

Assistant Fire Chief and other Fire Officers: The Fire Chief shall fill the positions based upon the needs of the District. The Board of Directors shall confirm the selection of the Assistant Fire Chief. The Board of Directors shall set compensation.

 

Administrative Assistant:  The Fire Chief shall select the Administrative Assistant. The Board of Directors shall confirm the selection of the Administrative Assistant. The Board of Directors shall set compensation.

 

Volunteers and Support Personnel:  The Fire Chief, based on recommendations from a selection committee and Fire Officers shall appoint Volunteers and Support Personnel. Volunteer’s compensation shall be set by the Board of Directors.

 

ORGANIZATION FUNCTION:

            The function of the Chiloquin Fire & Rescue is considered an “All Risk” organization. The District shall provide fire prevention, fire suppression and other related fire protection activities. The District shall provide basis rescue operations and respond to hazardous materials incident in a defense mode.

 

The District shall perform all operational functions in accordance with the National Incident Command System (NIMS).

 

TRAINING:

            Training provided to all Chiloquin Fire & Rescue personnel shall follow the guidance of Oregon’s Department of Public Safety Standards (DPSST), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Fire District’s Training Policy.

 


Approved and Accepted by the Board of Directors: May 12, 2009

 

Board of Directors

Name
PositionElected / AppointedTerm Expires                              Position
Norm Fowler
Position 1July 1, 2015June 30, 2019Board Member
Anna Fowler
Position 2July 1, 2017
June 30, 2021
Secretary/Treasurer
Curtis Hoopes
Position 3July 1, 2015
June 30, 2019Board Member
Kevin Moore
Position 4July 1, 2017
June 30, 2021
Vice President
Dave Burnett
Position 5July 1, 2017
June 30, 2021
President

 

 

Budget Committee

Effective March 8, 2016

 

Budget MemberTerm Expires
Glen Olson
June 30, 2019
Laura Kihlman
June 30, 2018
Tim McDermott
June 30, 2018
Ken Preskitt
June 30, 2018
Don Clark
June 30, 2019

 

 

           Budget Summary

A copy is on file at the district office, located at

201 S First Avenue, Chiloquin, Or. for public viewing.


 

Chiloquin Fire & Rescue

Meeting Agenda

A copy is posted at the District Office, located at 201 S First Ave, Chiloquin, Or. for public viewing.



Meeting Minutes

A copy is posted at the District Office, located at 201 S First Ave, Chiloquin, Or. for public viewing.