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Allen W. Kniphfer

Coordinator

Jefferson County Limited

HQ Phone:  (205) 325-5300

Direct Phone: (205) ***-****direct phone

Email: k***@***.org

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Jefferson County Limited

716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd n

Birmingham, Alabama,35203

United States

Company Description

e are committed to providing high quality healthcare to all residents of Jefferson County, regardless of ability to pay. e are a "full-service" facility that includes both primary and specialty care, urgent care, physical, occupational, and speech therapy, lab...more

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Director

Emergency Management Agency


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Allen W. Kniphfer, Jefferson County Emergency Management Agency, AL
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) - Since November of 2013 the Jefferson County EMA has had a formal lease agreement with a company to rent a warehouse on 5th Avenue South intended to store disaster relief supplies and equipment, but for some time the building was storing a number of antique fire trucks which are not owned by the agency, according to EMA Coordinator Allen Knipher.
Knipher says the lease was arranged by Mountain Brook Mayor Terry Oden. And actually they are the governing body for emergency management when we have a disaster they become the governing body for the county," said Allen Knipher, Jefferson County EMA coordinator. He found that one, got a good price on so he negotiated a price, had me sign the lease and we moved, started to move in," said Knipher. According to Knipher, Oden is part of a group that owns the antique vehicles which were in a different location in Birmingham, until that building was leased to someone else. "I knew he was going to do it when he told me but I didn't know how many was going in there," said Knipher. As the Jefferson County EMA Coordinator, Knipher lists a number of benefits to having the fire trucks there. In exchange for storing the trucks the EMA received $7500 dollars towards the lease which cost more more than $40,000 dollars a year according to Knipher. Another benefit is that there are more eyes on the facility which may decrease the risk of theft. He says thousands of dollars worth of generators and equipment were stolen from one of their other storage locations. He said the trucks didn't really pose a problem for the EMA, but he is concerned about the investigation. "I am because I think everybody's making it bigger than it really. I don't know if it's politics after politics and what they're doing there. It's above my paygrade," said Knipher. The EMA does not own the antique fire trucks, but Knipher says the owners let the EMA parading some of the antique fire equipment around at community events. Knipher did not give a clear answer about why the EMA vehicles were not moved into the building earlier, but says the fire trucks were not preventing them from doing that. He referred to a list of holdups including damaged shelves, limited manpower, and the prolonged response to tornadoes in January and June of this year. The fire trucks have been moved out of the building, according to Knipher.


Contact Us | Jefferson County EMA – Birmingham, AL, USA

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Allen Kniphfer at Jefferson County EMA: (205) 254-2039
Fax Jefferson County EMA: (205) 328-9162 Allen Kniphfer at: kniphfera@jccal.org


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Allen W. Kniphfer, Jefferson County Emergency Management Agency, AL


3-GIS and JCEMA to host GITA SE Lunch and Learn

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3-GIS President Tom Counts and JCEMA Chief and Coordinator Allen Kniphfer will present during lunch.


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