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Sedona Fire District Has Citizen Board Vacancy

Sedona AZ (June 20, 2018) – Sedona Fire District is seeking applicants from residents of the Sedona Fire District to fill a vacancy on the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Board.

The Board meets on an as needed basis to review new members and retirement applications.

The Board consists of one Fire Board member, two Sedona Fire District members and two Citizens within the Sedona Fire District. There is currently one vacant citizen position.

Click the link below for further details:

PSPRS Board Vacancy Announcement

Please help spread the word.

For more information, contact Kerrie Tarver, SFD Administrative Specialist II, at 928-204-8909.

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  1. Arizona Election Result - Congressional District 9 says:

    Arizona General Election Result – Congressional District 9

    District 9
    100% reporting
    170.0K votes counted

    Greg Stanton (D) 59.52%
    Steve Ferrara (R) 40.48%

  2. Thomas says:

    Nice job AZ Liberty !!!
    Perfect record for Fire Board
    Bottom 3 out of 6 (deleted by editor)

  3. @Michael Schroeder says:

    So let me get this straight, 3 multi-millionaires push to get a piece of every policial group in our city. (deleted by editor) They soundly lost their bid to kill Home Rule, get Prop 446 passed and 447 to fail. It sounds more to me that the citizenry of Sedona has had their fill of this group. (deleted by editor)

  4. Mary C says:

    It makes me sad for the future of Sedona. The Greed, Lies and most distressing are the SORE WINNERS. It shows evidence of poor character and values.

    So sad. I’ll pray you all see the light.

  5. Rob says:

    First time we get a SFD vote and people don’t vote. Typical Sedona. Good slate of candidates. Now move on & get down to business.

  6. MSN - Firefighter Salaries In Every State says:

    What firefighters earn in every state – Today’s online article

    …………The average annual wage for firefighters was $51,930 in May 2017, which is the most recent year for employment and wage statistics available from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s not a bad wage. But it depends on where you are. Firefighters in some states have annual salaries topping $75,000, while others are paid something close to minimum wage……..(excerpt)

    …see the average annual salary that firefighters receive in all 50 states, starting with the lowest earners.


  7. Better than many says:

    Place from the lowest:

    26. Arizona: $46,330
    Average hourly wage: $22.27

    Sedona Firefighters make more than the state average,

    “Putting their lives on the line everyday.” One little detail, no Sedona Fire fighter has ever lost their life in the line of duty. Truck drivers have a better chance of dying on the job.

  8. Marshall says:

    Sedona had the best firefighters money could or couldn’t buy called volunteers that did superb jobs. Don’t misunderstand. I understand the increase in tourism made it why Sedona needed to go professional and it all started with none other than a highfalutin California Chief (he loved big spending). It’s time for Arizona Chiefs to rein it in now. We have enough equipment to do the job extremely well and we get help from US Forest Service and 2 counties! That’s all we need and it’s time to maintain a steady budget and not spend more. Think about it.

  9. @Marshall says:

    Ok, let’s look at your volunteer option for a second-

    Given that the median age is the Verde Valley is 58 years old and we don’t have a lot of men and women in their 20’s or 30’s, who do you think are going to put those fire suits on with air packs and run into fires???? Even if we did have a few 20 or 30-year-old’s willing to do that, how do they work at their paying job, take the required training that is over 1000 hours AND ENJOY A FAMILY?

    I’m surprised that you old timers keep harping on going back to volunteers. Unless you all want to put your walkers and canes aside and pitch in, you’d better come up with a better answer.

  10. Marshall says:

    You must be reading impaired or senile and like to rant for the sake of ranting? I SAID DON’T MISUNDERSTAND THAT I KNOW WHY IT WENT PROFESSIONAL. You ran right to first base after striking out and had a temper tantrum when told to go in the dugout. If you read the election propositions and responded the same way then we can count on your vote like your comment making no difference.

  11. William Torre says:

    I guess with the past election failures …..
    AZ Liberty gonna to have to find a NEW name again..
    Tea Party……AZ LIBERTY…….what’s next?

    Also the leaders should deny membership to the previous two..


    @ William Torre

    Guess you ignored election wins AZL was involved in

    Arizona Legislative District 6

    State Senator: Sylvia Allen (R)
    State Representative: Walt Blackman (R)
    State Representative: Bob Thorpe (R)

    Arizona State Races

    Governor: Doug Ducey (R)
    Secretary of State: Steve Gaynor (R)
    Attorney General: Mark Brnovich (R)
    State Treasurer: Kimberly Yee (R)

  13. William Torre says:

    @AZ Liberty

    Sure like AZ L played apart in ANY of those wins…
    Take the LOSS in your local elections like a MAN

    Your a small vocal minority with deep pockets which amounts to ZERO.
    “My father always said ….. “ if it smells like BS it most probally is BS..
    About sums up your organization

  14. @Arizona Liberty says:

    Those wins are impressive except that hundreds of other tea partiers helped those candidates get elected. Problem is that you couldn’t get yourselves elected in your home city. You lost 4 elections in a row, how impressive will you be to your buddies now.

    Tried to kill Home Rule FAILED
    Tried to get your slate elected to mayor FAILED
    Tried to get your PBA elected (at a cost of $50k of taxpayers money) FAILED
    Tried to get your slate (deleted by editor) elected to SFD FAILED

    So you’re trying to impress me….HOW????

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