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George M. Dunkel

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Consulting Administrator

Special Districts Association of Oregon
P.O. Box 12613
Salem, Oregon 97309
United States

Company Description: The Special Districts Association of Oregon was formed in 1977 to give special districts a stronger and united voice at the Oregon Legislature. As with similar...   more
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imis-dev.osufpp.org, 28 Jan 2012 [cached]
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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, George has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Georges' genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is a past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and former member and past President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, George is currently the Administrator of the Management Consulting Program for Special Districts Association of Oregon. The program is designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with general governance, risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college and high school sports. Go Beavers!
George and his wife Vicki (37 years) enjoy their three daughters, three sons-in-laws, and seven grandchildren.
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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (36 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.
SDAO
www.sdao.com, 2 July 2012 [cached]
George Dunkel SDAO Fire Service Consultant (503) 366-8013 Email: dunkelg@colcenter.org
IFSTA Executive Board Room
www.ifsta.org, 12 Dec 2007 [cached]
George Dunkel
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George M. Dunkel, Other
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue).Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement.He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation.In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations.George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (33 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.
Teaching was George Dunkel ...
www.lagrandeobserver.com, 28 Sept 2012 [cached]
Teaching was George Dunkel of the Special Districts Association of Oregon, an organization that provides a broad range of membership services to special districts throughout the state.
"I'm not here to sell you anything, nor will I come back as a consultant later. I'm simply here to talk about the process," Dunkel told the group.
Dunkel said that under state law the process of forming a district can begin with a petition, by consent of property owners, or it can be initiated by a county board of commissioners.
He said that if the city chooses the petition route, the petition must be filed with the county board. He added that in every case, the county board is required to hold a hearing. Citizens must be informed about the purposes of the proposed district and its boundaries.
Dunkel said county government must be involved in the process because the district would impact people living outside the city limits.
He also said that if the petition is approved and includes a permanent tax rate, an election must be held. An election also must be held if the county receives a request from 15 percent of the electors or 100 electors, whichever is less.
Dunkel said that if the city decides to forge ahead with district formation, it's best to set a target date for the election, then work hard to meet goals. He recommended establishing an involved and enthusiastic committee that could raise money and serve as an advisory group to the council.
The committee would play a key role also in determining financial needs and defining the district boundaries. Dunkel said that after those issues are settled, the city should take the proposal public.
"Review your costs and boundaries at public meetings. Don't hold anything back. Right from the get-go, put that out. Find out who are the supporters and who are the opponents," Dunkel said.
Some discussion during the meeting centered on whether the city should hire a consultant to help put the proposal together. Dunkel said it's a good idea if money is available, but added that there are many tasks the city can do on its own.
"You have the talent in this room and the city has the staff to do the paperwork," he said.
The Creswell Chronicle in Creswell, Oregon - Community News and Visitor Information
www.thecreswellchronicle.com, 11 Jan 2012 [cached]
Special Districts Association of Oregon representative George Dunkel is expected to lead the board training session.
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