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LeRoy McNulty
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  • Edmonds, WA
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Lives in:
Edmonds, WA
Department:
Lynnwood Fire Department
Title/rank:
Assistant Chief
Years of public service:
36
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Budget deficiency due to state proposition
Annexation of surrounding unincorporated county
Regional Fire Authority
single family sprinkler legislation
Electronic Reporting of Life Safety Systems
Professional Qualifications:
B/S Business Management
A/A Fire Investigation - CFI
A/A Fire Command Administration
ICC Certified Building Official
ICC Certified Fire Inspector
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Prevention Education
Fire Code Inspections and Certification
Fire and Life Safety Systems
Electronic Test Reporting
Systems approach to community safety
Areas of expertise:
Hazmat
Fire and Building Codes
Bio:
10 years volunteer at City of Bainbridge Island, WA
30 years career at City of Lynnwood, WA
15 years instructing various fire service disciplines local community colleges.
5 years instructing fire service courses at local high schools
27 years umpire Little League baseball

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