Bellmore Fire District Board of Commissioners, Seat 3
Employer / Organization
Dec 10, 2019
Oct 29, 2019 - Nov 05, 2019
A fire commissioner oversees fire services for a specific jurisdiction. Fire commissioners’ job duties generally are split into two categories—supervision of fire services provided and management of business policies, such as budgets and personnel. At the local level, fire commissioners are typically part of a larger fire commission board. The board sets the mission for the local fire department and individual commissioners are responsible for implementing measures to achieve that mission, as well as the power to levy taxes for fire service provided to the community.
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Bellmore Fire District, 2450 Newbridge Rd, Bellmore, NY, 11710, US