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Ken Dubuc

Fire Chief

Port Angeles High School

HQ Phone: (360) 452-7602

Port Angeles High School

304 East Park

Port Angeles, Washington 98362

United States

Company Description

The Port Angeles School District offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast costs $1 for students in pre-school through sixth grader and $1.25 for grades seven through twelve; elementary school lunch costs $1.90; middle and high school lunch costs $... more

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Education



Davis



University of California at Davis

bachelor's degree
natural resource sciences
University of Davis

master's degree
public administration
Washington State University

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PORT ANGELES - City firefighters ...

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PORT ANGELES - City firefighters extinguished a blaze in a converted garage space early Tuesday before it spread to a nearby home, Port Angeles Fire Chief Ken Dubuc said.

The fire at 515 W. Sixth St. was reported by several callers at about 12:59 a.m., Dubuc said.
Firefighters found flames in a 20-foot-by-40-foot section of a garage that had been converted into an apartment and storage shed.
The fire was confined to the storage area and resulted in an estimated $20,000 in damage, Dubuc said.
No one was home at the time of the fire.
Four firefighters from the Port Angeles Fire Department knocked down the blaze in about 17 ­minutes.
"They did a pretty impressive job with four people," Dubuc said.
Three other firefighters arrived from their homes to provide backup.
Crews kept the fire from spreading to a house that was about 30 feet away from the garage, Dubuc said.


PORT ANGELES - City firefighters ...

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PORT ANGELES - City firefighters extinguished a blaze in a converted garage space early Tuesday before it spread to a nearby home, Port Angeles Fire Chief Ken Dubuc said.

The fire at 515 W. Sixth St. was reported by several callers at about 12:59 a.m., Dubuc said.
Firefighters found flames in a 20-foot-by-40-foot section of a garage that had been converted into an apartment and storage shed.
The fire was confined to the storage area and resulted in an estimated $20,000 in damage, Dubuc said.
No one was home at the time of the fire.
Four firefighters from the Port Angeles Fire Department knocked down the blaze in about 17 ­minutes.
"They did a pretty impressive job with four people," Dubuc said.
Three other firefighters arrived from their homes to provide backup.
Crews kept the fire from spreading to a house that was about 30 feet away from the garage, Dubuc said.


Port Angeles Fire Chief ...

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Port Angeles Fire Chief Ken Dubuc notified the district that the city wanted to modify an interlocal agreement that allowed for shared facilities and asked that the fire district vacate its offices.

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The problem, said Dubuc, is that efforts to consolidate and blur the lines between the district and the department created other problems - namely, residents were not sure who served their communities.
"It was confusing for volunteers, too," said Dubuc, as they were not sure to whom they answered.
In the end, Dubuc feels the separation will be a "positive thing" for both departments and should allow the fire district to develop its own identity.


The cause of the blaze is ...

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The cause of the blaze is unknown, said Port Angeles Fire Chief Ken Dubuc.

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One of the difficulties in fighting the fire was that the house was of "balloon construction" design, typical of the era, Dubuc.
The open construction allowed the interior of the home to burn completely, from the basement to the attic, without burning to the exterior of the building, Dubuc said.
Fires in houses built by balloon construction are difficult to fight, as they burn where firefighters cannot safely reach, he said.


The cause of the blaze is ...

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The cause of the blaze is unknown, said Port Angeles Fire Chief Ken Dubuc.

...
One of the difficulties in fighting the fire was that the house was of "balloon construction" design, typical of the era, Dubuc.
The open construction allowed the interior of the home to burn completely, from the basement to the attic, without burning to the exterior of the building, Dubuc said.
Fires in houses built by balloon construction are difficult to fight, as they burn where firefighters cannot safely reach, he said.

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