Graniteville, California

A historic mining town in the Sierra Nevada mountains

GVFC #46

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  1. Dear Chief Paul Stone,Here is some info about Savannah Fire Department,,,had to retired because of the Stroke…let me know about the patch. Savannah Fire and Emergency Services Operations Department responds to all calls for assistance falling into the Fire Bureau’s area of responsibility. Our highly trained firefighters respond to citizen’s calls for help involving fire suppression, hazardous materials mitigation, and technical rescue disciplines….patch and strickers. Gramteville Volunteer Fire Company

    The Operations Department, the largest department within the Fire Bureau, provides the bulk of the staff to operate the Bureau’s fire prevention program, residential home fire safety checks, Learn Not to Burn program, community fire prevention meetings, and commercial building inspections.

    The City of Savannah is growing in land area; with an expected increase in our population well into the future. The Operations Department is hiring firefighters at a rate to keep pace with Savannah ’s growth and the subsequent increasing numbers of fire stations. Our goal is to continue to provide our traditional high quality services to Savannah and her visitors while experiencing historical growth.
    Savannah Fire currently operates with 326 total staff, 14 fire engines, 5 ladder trucks, 2 Rescue Squads, 1 Hazardous Material Unit, 1 28 ft Marine 1 boat, 9 Battalions Chief, and 15 fire stations. Again thank you and take care of yourself.
    Captain Thomas F Mason (Retired)
    156 Rountree Drive
    Richmond Hill, GA 31324
    Email or you can type it in Facebook

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