Mayfield Fire District No. 2

The Mayfield Fire Department responded to 397 calls in 2016


Our Mission

The Mayfield Fire District is committed to serving the residents and visitors of the district with prompt and professional service.  The district provides services for fire prevention and extinguishment, emergency medical services (EMS), confined space rescue, vehicle extrication, cold water rescue, and other emergency services as needed.  

Currently the Department consists of 39 members.  Of the 43 members, 23 are qualified for interior attacks.  What this means to the layman is that these people will put on an air pack and enter a burning building for the purpose of fire suppression and/or search and rescue operations.  The department also currently has 11 members who are EMS certified and are able to provide Basic Life Support services.  These people handle all sorts of medical emergencies to include medical and trauma related problems. 

The Department responded to 395 emergency calls in 2016. 

The Mayfield Fire Department is currently accepting applications for new members.  Please contact the Chief or stop by the firehouse on any Monday night to receive an application. 

 
News:
Truck Purchase
January 08, 2017

The Mayfield Fire District distributed bids in September of 2016 for the purchase of a new pumper/tanker.  The bids were received and reviewed and the Board approved the purchase of a pumper/tanker from KME Kovatch Fire at a cost of $414,00.  The Board is excited to stay within budget and that through careful planning and saving, is able to pay for the truck without financing.  The funds are in a reserve account which calls for a permissive referendum resolution to remove the funds to use for the purchase.  The Board passed the following resolution on December 2, 2016:

 

 

RESOLUTION OF THE MAYFIELD FIRE DISTRICT NO. 2

Whereas, the Mayfield Fire District No. 2 has resolved to purchase a new pumper;

Whereas, sufficient reserve funds have been saved for this general purpose of acquiring new apparatus and equipment;

Whereas the total cost of the purchase for the pumper is anticipated to be: $414,000.

Whereas, the expenditure of reserve fund monies from this general type fund requires that the resolution to be subject to permissive referendum;

NOW THEREFORE, upon motion made, seconded and discussion held, and subject to permissive referendum, the fire commissioners of the fire district resolves as follows:

1.      The Mayfield Fire District No. 2 has resolved to purchase a new pumper in the amount of $414,000;

 

2.      Up to $350,000 may be withdrawn from the Capital Reserve Fund for vehicle and equipment purchases to be applied towards the total cost of the project. The withdrawal may be taken in one or more amounts;

 

3.      No funds may be withdrawn until the passage of thirty days from the date of publication of the abstract of this resolution;

 

4.      The Secretary is hereby directed to place an abstract of the resolution upon the town's sign board and the town's and district's website immediately, which must remain there for at least 15 days;

 

5.      The Secretary is hereby directed to place an abstract of the resolution upon the fire district's website immediately, which must remain there for at least 15 days;

 

6.      The attorney is hereby directed to place such abstract in the newspapers having general circulation in this district, being the Leader Herald.

This resolution was approved by a majority of the Commissioners, on the 2nd day of December, 2016.

By:

Lisa Penge, Chairperson         Tush Nikollaj, Commissioner              Jim Yager, Commissioner

Norman Stahl, Commissioner             Peter Wilcox, Commissioner

 

The following legal was placed in the Leader Herald newspaper together with a block ad. 

 

By resolution dated the 2nd of day of December, 2016, the Mayfield Fire District No. 2 has approved a resolution subject to permissive referendum to withdraw up to $350,000 from a Reserve Fund utilized to purchase vehicles and equipment, to purchase a new pumper. Petitions seeking a referendum on this question must be submitted to the secretary of the Mayfield Fire District No. 2 no later than thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this notice.

2017 Election Results for Fire District
December 31, 2016

The Fire District held their annual election for the postion of fire commissioner on December 13, 2016.  The result of the election welcomes Cassie Kristel to a five year term on the Board of Commissioners.  Her term will run from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2021.  She will serve will fellow board members Jim Yager, Tush Nikollaj, Pete Wilcox and Lisa Penge.  The Board will hold their Organizational Meeting on January 11, 2017 at 6:30 pm.  At that time, a monthly date for their board meeting will be decided and other annual appointments and designations.

The public is welcome to attend.

2017 Election Results for Fire Department
December 31, 2016
The Mayfield Fire Department held their annual election of officers on December 5, 2016.  The membership elected Chris Mraz as Fire Chief, Josh Mormile as First Assistant Chief and Tom Michaels as Second Assistant Chief.  The slate of chiefs submitted and the Fire District approved the following as line officers for 2017:  Ralph Marshall - First Captain, Cory Berlin - Second Captain, Tim S. Hart, Jr - First Lieutenant, Jon Becker - Second Lieutenant, Mark VanAllen - EMS Captain, Dan Verkleir - Fire Police Captain, Tim C. Hart - First Fire Police Lieutenant, Steve Hathaway - Second Fire Police Lieutenant and Michelle Buckley - Safety Officer.  The Fire Department meets on the first Monday of each month and welcomes applications for membership.
2017 Fire District Budget
December 31, 2016
The Board of Commissioners adopted a 2017 Budget at a meeting held on 11/01/2016.  The full content of the budget is located under the link for the page ANNUAL BUDGET. The Board adopted a budget that stayed within the tax cap recommended by the State and will include the purchase of a new pumper/tanker to be delivered in late 2017.  The District will also continue maintainence on the municipal building and plans to put a top coat of asphalt on the parking lot completing a five year project to upgrade the parking lot.
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