We Wake County residents strongly support Fairview Fire Department because they are members of our own community, serving their own community. As I’ve talked with my neighbors the past few months while working to save Fairview Fire Station #2, I heard testimonial after testimonial about the excellent response of our firefighters, and how they had […]Read More Be a firefighter!
Hi Wake County friends and neighbors! Here’s one more last-minute preparation item to consider as Hurricane Florence approaches — If you have put up a “Save Fairview Fire Station” sign near your home, you might consider taking it down and putting it inside for the duration of the storm. It probably wouldn’t survive 45 mph […]Read More Signs of the Times
Mudslinging Unfortunately, Garner Fire Chief Matt Poole threw some mud at the August 16 Fire Commission meeting, accusing Fairview Fire Department board member Ed Brinson of spreading misleading propaganda. He contradicted Mr. Brinson’s statement that there is an EMS ambulance staged out of Fairview Fire Station #2 during peak hours. He also accused Mr. Brinson […]Read More Yes, EMS is stationed at Fairview #2
Our fine Fairview Fire Department folks requested I post this message on their behalf: On behalf of the Fairview Fire Department, we want to extend our most sincere appreciation and a huge THANK YOU to all of the citizens of the Fairview and other communities for your extensive concern, support, and attention concerning the Station […]Read More Thank You From Fairview Fire Department
This has already been posted on nextdoor.com, but I just wanted to get the word out – there are more Save Fairview Fire Department signs available! You can stop by Fairview Fire Station #2 near the corner of Ten-Ten road and Lake Wheeler Road to pick one up. I stopped by this afternoon (Sunday, August […]Read More More Signs Available
Citizens of the Ten-Ten fire district, served by Fairview Fire Department – you did it. You showed up in force. I estimate at least 350 of you were there. You filled every seat and then lined the walls. That made all the difference in the world. If you hadn’t come out tonight to show your […]Read More Quick Report on the August 16 Fire Commission Meeting
From what I have read recently, it looks like Fire Services Director Nick Campasano is willing to sacrifice safety to cut costs. After the July 19 The Fire Commission meeting, the Fire Commission member sent a list of questions to Director Campasano. This document has those questions, with answers from Director Campasano (underlined), answers from […]Read More Safety Last: Questions and Answers