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October Meeting Minutes

www.hickorywithe.com [cached]

Fire Chief Ed Pendleton spoke on the importance of giving your gate code to the local fire department, if your property is fenced off and the gate is kept locked, in case they need to aid your family in an emergency situation.
Chief Pendleton suggested that people consider a firebox that has a universal key.


Minutes

www.hickorywithe.com [cached]

Rhesa Davis opened the meeting in prayer and Ed Pendleton led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Chief Ed Pendleton will step down to take the Asst. Chief job as it pertains exclusively to fire Ed Pendleton was awarded a plaque to show appreciation for the years of service and advancements made to the department under his leadership. Ed in turn, passed the Chief's shield to Jason Byrd.


Fayette County Review: News Column

www.fayettecountyreview.com [cached]

Ed Pendleton, Fire Chief of the Hickory Withe unit, said the department has been trying to get the company to make an inspection for a couple of years, but when an unidentified homeowner called his insurance company about the cost of his policy, the company called ISO and the inspection was made.Pendleton was duly proud of the new rating, noting that most of the districts in the county are rated at 9.He said the company's representatives tested the department's capacity to pump water, both from a hydrant and from a "water shuttle," which he described as being similar to a "kids' swimming pool."During that test, the pool is filled, and refilled, by tankers from other firefighting units while the water flow is being measured.Chief Pendleton said the department hopes to get the rating lowered even further, once it has transformed an old ambulance inherited from the county into a "service truck."That vehicle will carry "...everything for a full-blown fire, even things the pumpers won't," he said, listing items like power generators, air packs, and other safety equipment.Pendleton said when work on that vehicle is finished, the department will probably call for another inspection, remarking that the inspector said having the vehicle in service could possibly drop the rating by another point.


Fayette County Review: News Column

www.fayettecountyreview.com [cached]

Both Carnathans serve on the Fire Board, along with Kenneth and Michelle Jones, Charles Allen, Eddy Webb, Rhesa Davis, Assistant Chief, Mark Fidler, David Swain, Secretary/Treasurer, Ed Pendleton, Fire Chief and Ken Faba, Chairman.


Fayette County Review: News Column

fayettecountyreview.com [cached]

First Citizens Bank of Oakland's Todd Mason presents check to Hickory Withe Fire Chief Ed Pendleton.Todd Mashburn, Assistant Vice President of the First Citizens Bank of Oakland, then gave Hickory Withe Fire Department Chief Ed Pendleton a check for ,2,500-10% of the 10% matching money required to purchase the ,250,000 pumper truck the department is trying to acquire.


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