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Firefighters lobby Washington
Firefighters traveled to Washington in March to lobby Congress on various industry issues, including the continuation of federal grants for emergency personnel. From left, Local 1230 President Vince Wells, U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier and MOFD engineer Dan Elbanna, a ...By Nick Marnell

Fire chiefs want extra staffing up front to fight major wildfires
The state mutual aid system is unable to keep up with the unprecedented demands caused by larger and more frequent fires that have devastated California in recent years, according to Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Chief Jeff Carman.
By Nick Marnell

ConFire beefs up ambulance service with ALS interfacility transport capability
The Contra Costa County Fire Protection ...By Nick Marnell

Lafayette officials react to the approval of Fire Station 16
When the Contra Costa County Fire Protection ...By Nick Marnell

New pet rescue bill would allow firefighters to administer emergency care to dogs and cats
Imagine firefighters putting out a fire at ...By Nick Marnell

New Academy graduates
After months of high-intensity training, Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Academy 51 recruits graduated Feb. 23. The 24 probationary firefighters will each ride as the fourth person of an engine company until the middle of March, when they will be assigned ...

ConFire chooses general contractor for Fire Station 16
Contra Costa County Fire Protection District ...By Nick Marnell

New MOFD chief tackles a longstanding Orinda problem
Fire Chief Dave Winnacker outlined his plans to maximize the available water supply in north Orinda and to mitigate the hazards presented by the area's wildland terrain at the Feb. 21 meeting of the Moraga-Orinda Fire District. The chief's presentation made clear that ...By Nick Marnell

A lousy way to start the week
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District responded to a rollover accident shortly before 9 o'clock Monday morning Feb. 5. The incident occurred on Camino Pablo in Orinda, near the BART station. No one was injured. According to the MOFD incident report, the vehicle had only one ...

MOFD widens pool for chief officer candidates
In order to increase the number of ...By Nick Marnell

MOFD denies monetary claim from former fire chief
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District board voted ...By Nick Marnell

Down goes 16!
Lafayette Fire Station 16 bit the dust Jan. 31, one step closer to the opening of the new Los Arabis Drive station, scheduled for March 2019.
The Contra Costa County Fire Protection ...
By Nick Marnell

MOFD to add firefighters in time for fire season
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District board ...By Nick Marnell

Lafayette delay equals Walnut Creek gain
Because of delays in the completion of ...By Nick Marnell

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