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Online Primary Voters' Pamphlet, August 6, 2013
Fire Protection District No. 6 (East Olympia) - Fire Commissioner, Position No. 1
 
 

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 East Olympia Fire District will vote on this position.
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Stan Moon 8815 Marlene Ct SW, Olympia, WA 98512, (360) 357-6043, stanmoon@comcast.net
Stan Moon

It has been my pleasure to serve you for over 39 years as a volunteer at Fire District 6 with 29 years as Assistant Chief. My desire is to continue serving you, now as a Commissioner.

I am an experienced manager, a professional Civil Engineer with 31 years of experience in state government, including the executive management level, and 11 years in private practice.

I have been an active manager in assuring excellent emergency services are provided while at the same time prudently managing your tax dollars. We have built a reserve fund to carry us forward in these lean times without reducing services.

As your Commissioner, my goal is to assure excellent emergency services continue to be provided, ensure financial stability through continued sound fiscal management, and to plan for the future as we work with our neighbors to provide the most efficient delivery of services.

 
 
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