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CEDAR HAMMOCK FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT

SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE 2020-09 OF THE CEDAR HAMMOCK FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT OF MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, ADOPTING A 5-YEAR PLAN FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020/2021 – 2024/2025, REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE OF THE CEDAR HAMMOCK FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT OF MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDA ADOPTING THE FIRE PREVENTION CODE, ORDINANCE 2020-10, AS RULES AND REGULATIONS OF SAID DISTRICT AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Cedar Hammock Fire Control District will hold two public hearings. The purpose of the first hearing is to hear testimony and provide a second reading of the Cedar Hammock Fire Control District proposed 5-Year Plan for Fiscal Years 2020/2021 – 2024/2025 and providing for an effective date.

Following the second reading of the proposed 5-Year Plan for Fiscal Years 2020/2021 – 2024/2025 hearing, the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Cedar Hammock Fire Control District will hold a second public hearing. The purpose of this hearing is to hear testimony and provide a second reading of the Cedar Hammock Fire Control District proposed Fire Prevention Code, Ordinance 2020-10, as rules and regulations of said District and providing for an effective date.

Following the public hearings, a regular business meeting of the Board will be held.

The meetings will be held at Cedar Hammock Fire Control District Training Facility Classroom, Station 3, located at 6601 53rd Avenue West, Bradenton, FL 34210, and also conducted via Zoom Communications Media Technology. All precautions will be made to follow CDC Guidelines for social distancing and sanitation. Please do not attend if you are sick. The District fully encourages public participation in a safe and efficient manner. Toward that end, anyone wishing to listen and participate in the meeting can do so in person or telephonically at 1-312-626-6799. The meeting ID is 869 6708 6661 and the password is 629245.

Written comments can be submitted to Deputy Chief Kyle Bradshaw at kbradshaw@chfr.org by Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at 4:00 pm. Be sure to include your name and submit your remarks by the meeting deadline. Commissioners may not receive your comments before the meeting if the form is submitted after the deadline.

A copy of the agenda may be obtained at the offices of the District, c/o Deputy Chief Kyle Bradshaw, 5200 26th Street West, Bradenton, FL 34207 (“District’s Office”) during normal business hours: Monday through Thursday from 07:00 am to 05:00 pm and will be posted on the District’s official website: https://www.chfr.org

No stenographic record by a certified court reporter is made of this meeting. If any person desires to appeal any decision of the Board of Fire Commissioners or of any other board of commission of the District, that person will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based, (F.S. 286.0105).

The Cedar Hammock Fire Control District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability status in employment or in the provision of services. Disabled individuals may receive special accommodation in services on two (2) working days’ notice by calling Kyle Bradshaw, Deputy Chief, at 941-751-7090 between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday- Thursday.F.S.286.26 (1).

 

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Incident Statistics – October 2020

October 2020 Incident Type

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Incidents organized by Type

This is a pie chart showing the statistics for Cedar Hammock Fire District’s incident responses for the month of May. The district responded to 448 Rescue & EMS calls, 43 False Alarm calls, 51 Good Intent calls, 56 Service calls, 15 Hazardous Condition calls without a fire, 11 Fire calls, and 2 Other calls.

Average Arrival Time by Station (in seconds)

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Average Arrival Time by Station

This is a bar chart showing the statistics for each of Cedar Hammock Fire District’s stations’ average response time to incidents. Station 1’s average response time was 6:14, Station 2’s average response time was 5:48, Station 3’s average response time was 7:67, and Station 4’s average response time was 6:09.

Incidents by Station

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Statistics

This is a pie chart showing the statistics for Cedar Hammock Fire District’s number of incident responses for each fire station. Station 1 responded to 232 calls, Station 2 responded to 211 calls, Station 3 responded to 72 calls, and Station 4 responded to 111 calls.

Incidents by Unit

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Incidents organized by Unit

This is a bar chart showing the statistics for Cedar Hammock Fire District’s incidents responded to by each unit. Engine 211 responded to 103 calls, Engine 212 responded to 220 calls, Engine 221 responded to 222 calls, Engine 231 responded to 100 calls, Engine 241 responded to 116 calls, Ladder 219 responded to 23 calls, and Battalion 2 responded to 48 calls.

Incidents by Month

Nov. 2019 – Oct. 2020

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Incidents organized by Month

This is a line chart showing how many incidents Cedar Hammock Fire District responded to each month. They responded to 647 calls in January, 589 calls in February, 675 calls in March, 670 calls in April, 588 calls in May, 544 calls in June, 563 calls in July, 651 calls in August, 569 calls in September, 646 calls in October, 547 calls in November, and 566 calls in December.

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    Incidents by Type:
    For the month of: October
    Rescue & EMS: 364
    False Alarm/Call: 37
    Good Intent Call: 52
    Service Call: 53
    Hazardous Condition (No Fire): 10
    Fire: 17
    Other: 5Average Arrival Time:
    Station 1: 6:38
    Station 2: 6:15
    Station 3: 7:29
    Station 4: 5:58Incidents by Station:
    Station 1: 217
    Station 2: 150
    Station 3: 55
    Station 4: 116Incidents by Unit:
    Engine 211: 98
    Engine 212: 170
    Engine 221: 164
    Engine 231: 73
    Engine 241: 120
    Ladder 219: 25
    Battalion 2: 41Incidents by Month:
    January: 611
    February: 626
    March: 637
    April: 520
    May: 554
    June: 557
    July: 516
    August: 551
    September: 573
    October: 538
    November: 547
    December: 566