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Online Primary Voters' Pamphlet, August 6, 2013
Fire Protection District No. 16 (Gibson Valley) - Fire Commissioner, Position No. 3
 
 

Fire Protection Districts & Regional Fire Authorities (RFA) - Fire protection districts and RFA’s are formed to provide fire prevention services, fire suppression, emergency medical services, and the protection of life and property in the county. Administrative authority for the districts results from decisions made by a board of elected fire commissioners. The board of fire commissioners has the authority to hire and appoint employees as well as administer all aspects of the district. The board is required to hold regular monthly meetings. Fire protection districts levy regular property taxes to provide services to the public. Additionally, with voter approval, the board may issue bonds and make excess levies for specific purposes. The voters elect commissioners to staggered six-year terms. The nonpartisan commissioners receive no regular salary, but may choose to receive nominal compensation for attending meetings.

All positions are nonpartisan.

 
  Only voters residing within the Gibson Valley Fire District will vote on this position.
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Clayton S. Whitehead 21440 Bucoda Hwy SE, Centralia, WA 98531, (360) 736-7817, mudde32@yahoo.com
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Clayton Whitehead has been a resident of Fire District #16 since 1980. He served as a firefighter/EMT for nine years and has served as a fire commissioner for twelve years. His goal has been to provide the patrons of Fire District #16 with the best fire and EMS protection possible within the limits of available budget.

Clayton will continue to work toward the same goals. Keeping the fire department local, responsive and solvent are his primary goals.

Clayton can be contacted via email at: mudde32@yahoo.com

 
 
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