Contra Costa County Fire Chief Daryl Louder sets out fire station shutdown plan. Fire Chief said the reductions have consequences."Losing 10 of its 28 stations will lead to longer response times, more fire damage, greater chance of injury or death for emergency patients, and reduced participation in the regional and state mutual aid system," he predicted."Fire service cutbacks will also impact the county's ambulance service," Emergency Medical Services Director Patricia Frost told county supervi...
WE NEED YOU! Show your support tomorrow, Tuesday, July 31st at 10:30 AM. Come to the CCCFPD Fire Board Meeting. The Board will be voting on the Fire District's Parcel Tax. Show your support by attending this meeting. 651 Pine St., Martinez, in the Board of Supervisor's Chambers. See you there! Thank you.