Establishing the Calimesa Fire Department

In 2012, Riverside County adopted a policy requiring all contract fire service cities to pay for three-person engine companies, despite the already high-quality level of service provided under the previous arrangement. Calimesa was... Read more
In 2012, Riverside County adopted a policy requiring all contract fire service cities to pay for three-person engine companies, despite the already high-quality level of service provided under the previous arrangement. Calimesa was never asked if there was an actual need for increased staffing, and never agreed to upgrade because the associated costs were simply unsustainable. Among many others, Joyce McIntire of Calimesa expressed her concerns about the passing of her father in 1989, who went into cardiac arrest. She indicated that the police chief showed up within minutes to assist, but the fire department did not arrive until 45 minutes following 911 call. she further indicated her father may have survived if the fire department would have arrived sooner. Read less
Calimesa, CA ( Local)
May 28, 2019
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Jeff Hewitt

Mayor of Calimesa
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I move that the City Council Introduce Ordinance No. 354 for first reading: An Ordinance of the City of Calimesa, California, Adding Chapter 2.90 to Title 2, Administration and Personnel, of the Calimesa Municipal Code to Establish the Calimesa Fire Department, Create Department Staffing, set forth Powers and Duties Necessary for... Read more

I move that the City Council Introduce Ordinance No. 354 for first reading: An Ordinance of the City of Calimesa, California, Adding Chapter 2.90 to Title 2, Administration and Personnel, of the Calimesa Municipal Code to Establish the Calimesa Fire Department, Create Department Staffing, set forth Powers and Duties Necessary for the Operation of the Fire Department, and Making a Determination of Exemption from CEQA. 

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