Nominations for District Clerk and District Treasurer
Careers – Blue Hills Fire Department
BLUE HILLS FIRE DEPARTMENT Fire Marshall’s Office
The Blue Hills Fire Department Fire Marshall’s Office is is seeking a Part-time certified and experienced Deputy Fire Marshall to join our team. Attached is a copy of the Position Description listing the duties and special requirements and qualifications required to fill this position.
Those interested should e-mail their Cover Letter and Resume to email@example.com.
Or mail to Blue Hills Fire Department, P. O. Box 231, Bloomfield, CT. 06002, Attention FMO.
Application will be accepted until position is filled.
NOTICE OF MEETING
BLUE HILLS FIRE DISTRICT
MEETING OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS
VIA ZOOM (Remote): WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6th, 2021
@ 7:00 PM
- Call to order
- Observance of a Moment of Silence
- Discussion and Anticipated Action with regard to the approval of minutes from Commissioner’s meetings held on November 4, 2020
- Chief’s Report (including Training and House Reports)
- Fire Marshal’s Report
- Director of Finance and Administration’s Report
- Community Outreach Report
- Department Concerns/Good Welfare
- Citizen Statements/Comments
- Payment of Invoices and Vouchers
- Discussion and anticipated action regarding the approval of the District Attorney’s Agreement.
- Discussion and anticipated action regarding Personnel matters.
When: Jan 6, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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I am writing to inform you of my impressions and opinion regarding the outcome of Wednesday’s meeting. First please make sure that the audio of the meeting is on the website. Second please make sure that there is a notice on the website informing electors that there is an opportunity to announce candidacy for the June 1 election which expires on May 2, 2020. Also, since the clerk’s office may not be open to the public the “application” should be available online and interested candidates should be able to respond by emailing their application to the district offices. Anyone emailing their application in before the end of the day on May 2 should be included. In my view, the results of the vote on Wednesday was to “open” the candidacy period. It was not a vote to ignore or set aside the ordinance. It was a vote by the commission interpreting the language of the ordinance and as such should stand until challenged. As such any person who announces their candidacy prior to May 2, 2020 and those who had previously announced their candidacy should be on the ballot unless there is an injunction issued by a court. This is my opinion as to how this should be handled.
Attorney Carl T. Landolina
Fahey & Landolina, Attorneys LLC
487 Spring St.
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Tel: 860 627-8300
Fax: 860 627-6817
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