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September 4, 2012 Local News No Comments

As defined by Town Ordinance 49-2, the East Hampton Fire Commission collaborates with the volunteer fire chiefs to provide “management, oversight and control,” for the East Hampton Fire Department.

The East Hampton Town Council seeks applications for volunteer fire commissioners.

The East Hampton Fire Commission is created by ordinance and acts as the administrative body of the fire department.

As defined by Town Ordinance 49-2, the commission collaborates with the volunteer fire chiefs to provide “management, oversight and control,” for the East Hampton Fire Department.

Members of the East Hampton Fire Commission are appointed by and report to the Town Council.

To qualify to be a Fire Commissioner one must be –

  • an East Hampton, CT resident and
  • not a current volunteer firefighter.

Fire Commissioners are unpaid positions. The commission meets monthly and appoints a Chair once a year.

Those who are interested need to apply by Sept. 7, 2012.

An application in PDF format can be downloaded from www.easthamptonct.org/Pages/EastHamptonCT_Manager/volunteerapp.pdf

Or request an application in the Town Manager’s office during office hours.

Completed applications should be mailed to: Town Managers Office-Attn Fire Commission Search, c/o East Hampton Town Manager Michael Maniscalco, 20 East High St., East Hampton CT 06424

Posted September 4, 2012

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