Note: This page is a placeholder for current and future updates about the proposed concept of closing Fairview Fire Station 2.
August 21, 2018
Rebuttal to Allegations of Propaganda
From this Facebook post:
Fairview Fire Department Rebuttal To The Allegations of Spreading Propaganda During the Fire Commission Meeting on August 16, 2018
It is very important to us that our citizens, the Fire Commission and others involved in the discussions about the proposal to close Fairview Sta. 2 know we have been truthful. Please see the links below to Fairview’s rebuttal to allegations of spreading propaganda. The first link is to the letter sent out to the Fire Commission, Wake County Commissioners and Wake County Fire Chiefs. The links following that are for documents referenced in the letter.
Documents also copied to this blog repository.
August 17, 2018
Work Session Update
The Wake County Fire Commission held a work session last night. Though no voting was done, members reached a consensus decision to take the station closure proposal “off of the table.”
Also, Fairview FD made this annotated version of the Q&A document, originally included in the work session agenda pack.
August 12, 2018
Fire Commission Work Session on August 16
The Wake County Fire Commission will continue their discussion, and continue receiving information, about the proposed closure concept.
The work session meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. at the Wake County Emergency Services Education Center, 221 South Rogers Lane, Suit 160, Raleigh.
Community Meeting on August 9
On Thursday, August 9, the Fairview Fire Department held a community meeting, to present information and answer questions about the proposed future closure of Fairview Station 2.
The web site citizensforfairviewfd.org has posted both slides and audio from the meeting. They’ve been downloaded and copied here:
Note: Recommend paging through the slides, as Former Fairview Fire Chief Donald Pierce speaks.
The proposed concept of closing Fairview Station 2 in a future year, after opening a new Garner fire station, was publicly presented at the July 19, 2018, meeting of the Wake County Fire Commission.