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R F D 6/ M. France, Chief
  • Schenectady, NY
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Board Changes Chief's Term Limit

 The Board of Fire Commisioners have rewrote their By law for the term of office for the Chief and Asst. Chief's of the Rotterdam Fire District # 6 , What was once a 1 year term has been up'ed to a 2…Continue

Started Mar 14, 2011


Rotterdam Fire District 6 Serving the Town of Rotterdam for over 74 years

As Chief of Rotterdam Fire District 6 i am excited to be serving as the Chief and being a part of celebrating our 75 years of service , to think we started in a Barber shop back in 1937 and we had 2 companies , The Haddon Hose Company , and the Hilderbrant Company. And in 1969 merged both into one building , then in 1997 we moved to our present location.

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6 Old Mariaville Rd
South Schenectady Fire Department
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Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Every issue that concerns Today's Firefighters
Professional Qualifications:
Member of
Association of Fire Districts of New York
Topics you provide training for:
We provide up to darte training for our members and provide upto date equipment within our Budget
Areas of expertise:
Fire Suprression
Auto extrication
Rope Rescue
Fire Prevention
Fire Inspections
Serving the Town Of Rotterdam for over 74 years and will be celebrating our 75th in 2012
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