Fire Department FY12 Budget Presentation

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City of Cumberland
FIRE DEPARTMENT
Established 1906
Mission Statement
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The mission of the Cumberland Fire Department
is to continue to strive to provide the best
possible fire protection and emergency medical
services for the citizens of Cumberland. Our
members are a group of highly skilled, trained,
and experienced professionals who are
dedicated to protect life, property, and the
environment from fire and related disasters and
provide the highest quality of emergency
medical services to its citizens.
To Best Achieve Our Mission
The Cumberland Fire Department Is Committed To:
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Provide highly efficient and exceptional emergency response for fire,
rescue, and medical calls.
Provide public education and awareness and actively participate in
the community to provide for the safety and well being of the people
who live and work in Cumberland.
Provide the members of the Cumberland Fire Department with the
highest quality of training and education.
Provide an extensive network of support services which includes fire
prevention, fire investigation, code enforcement, plan reviews, and
fire and rescue apparatus and station maintenance.
Provide a safe and healthy environment to benefit the mental and
physical well being of the members of the Cumberland Fire
Department.
The Cumberland Fire Department Takes Great
Pride in Both Its Rich History and Its Progressive Future While
Constantly Striving to Increase the Efficiency and Quality of Service to
the Citizens of Cumberland
TABLE OF ORGANIZATION = 57 employees
Fire Department with Reduction in Force through Attrition = 58 Employees
City Administrator
Fire Chief
Fire Marshal/Training Officer
Administrative Officer
Senior Captain
Deputy Chief
Ch. Deputy Chief / Senior Captain
Junior Captain
Junior Captain
Junior Captain
Lieutenants (2)
Lieutenants (2)
Lieutenants (2)
Equipment Operators (4)
Equipment Operators (4)
Equipment Operators (4)
Firefighters (10)
Firefighters (10)
Firefighters (10)
CITY OF CUMBERLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT ROSTER
Fire Chief Donald J. Dunn
Fire Marshal/Training Officer Shannon Adams
Fire Administrative Officer Julie A. Davis
“A” CREW
“B” CREW
“C” CREW
Captain Vernon L. Growden
Deputy Chief Robert S. Long
Chief Deputy Chief John T. Cline
Captain Daron J. Winters
Captain Samuel I. Wilson
Captain William R. Davis
Captain Christopher A. Ratliff
Lieutenant Richard E. Keller
Lieutenant Jeffrey M. Grogg
Lieutenant Timothy D. Malone
Lieutenant/EMT-P Michael W. Kerns
Lieutenant Stephen L. Grogg
Lieutenant Barry D. Winters
Equipment Operator Charles A. Koelker
Lieutenant/EMT-P Vincent R. Pyle
Equipment Operator Richard G. Twigg
Equipment Operator Merel M. Chaney
Equipment Operator John S. Blankenship
Equipment Operator Randall W. Whittington
Equipment Operator Glenn R. Chaney
Equipment Operator Keith L. Funkhouser
Equipment Operator Timmy D. Pritts
Equipment Operator/P Terry G. Puffinburger
Equipment Operator Gregory A. Sites
Equipment Operator/P Kenneth D. McKenzie
Equipment Operator Gerald I. Myers
Equipment Operator Jeffery L. Wagoner
Equipment Operator Woodrow Nightingale
Equipment Operator Cecil E. Kenner
Equipment Operator/P Jeffrey G. DeHaven
Equipment Operator/P Brent A. Croston
Firefighter/EMT-B Kelly W. Frye
Firefighter/EMT-P Bryan C. Ward
Firefighter/EMT-B Allan H. Ward
Firefighter/EMT-B Steven G. Hout
Firefighter/EMT-B Jesse L. Opel
Firefighter/EMT-B Scott W. Carlson
Firefighter/EMT-P Scott E. Flaskamp
Firefighter/EMT-P Dennis L. Steiding
Firefighter/EMT-B Geena S. Kile
Firefighter/EMT-B John R. Monahan
Firefighter/EMT-I Cody M. Pearce
Firefighter/EMT-P Douglas R. Beitzel
Firefighter/EMT-B Phillip D. Rumer
Firefighter/EMT-B Garrett T. Parsons
Firefighter/EMT-B Margaret E. McDonald
Firefighter/EMT-P Steven R. Adams
Firefighter/EMT-B Eric M. Mowbray
Firefighter/EMT-P Michael R. Salvadge
Firefighter/EMT-B Keith E. Hose
Firefighter/EMT-B Jon R. Miller
Firefighter/EMT-B Christopher E. Biser
Firefighter/EMT-P Michael C. Williams
Firefighter/EMT-B Joseph R. Braithwaite
Firefighter/EMT-P Lucas D. Braithwaite
Fire Department Manning = 13 Members on Duty
COMMAND UNIT = 1 FIREFIGHTER
ENGINE/RESCUE #1 = 3 FIREFIGHTERS
ENGINE #2 = 3 FIREFIGHTERS
3rd MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS from ENGINE #2
MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS
TRUCK #1 = 4 FIREFIGHTERS
2nd MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS
from Truck #1
Fire Department Reduced Minimum Manning = 12 Members on Duty
when necessary due to fiscal constraints
COMMAND UNIT = 1 FIREFIGHTER
ENGINE/RESCUE #1 = 3 FIREFIGHTERS
ENGINE/RESCUE #2 = 3 FIREFIGHTERS
2nd MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS (from ENGINE #2)
MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS
TRUCK #1 = 3 FIREFIGHTERS
3rd MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS
(from TRUCK #1 and ENGINE #1)
Fire Department Manning = 15 Members on Duty
(Due to SAFER-funded Firefighters)
COMMAND UNIT = 1 FIREFIGHTER
ENGINE/RESCUE #1 = 3 FIREFIGHTER
ENGINE/RESCUE #2 = 3 FIREFIGHTERS
3rd MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS (from ENGINE #2)
FIRST MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS
SECOND MEDIC UNIT = 2 SAFER FIREFIGHTERS
TRUCK #1 = 4 FIREFIGHTERS
4th MEDIC UNIT = 2 FIREFIGHTERS
(from TRUCK #1 and ENGINE #1)
Training Levels as of April, 2011
Fire Trainining Levels
Training Levels:
EMT-Basic
EMT-Intermediate
EMT-Paramedic
FO III, 8
41
Firefighter I
2
Firefighter II
55
Fire Officer I
16
Fire Officer II
23
Fire Officer III
8
FF I, 2
EMTParamedic, 15
FO II, 23
1
15
Emergency Medical Training Levels
FF II, 55
EMTIntermediate, 1
EMT-Basic
EMT-Intermediate
EMT-Basic, 41
EMT-Paramedic
FO I, 16
In addition to the current training levels, several firefighters serve on special
operations/rescue teams. They include swift water rescue, helicopter emergency aerial
tactical team, and structural collapse rescue team.
CITY OF CUMBERLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL OPERATIONS TEAMS
HEAT TEAM
WATER RESCUE TEAM
Coordinator William Davis
Coordinator Daron Winters
Coordinator
Samuel Wilson
William Davis
Samuel Wilson
Samuel Wilson
Christopher Ratliff
Christopher Ratliff
Christopher Ratliff
Shannon Adams
Shannon Adams
Shannon Adams
Michael Kerns
Jeffrey Grogg
Vincent Pyle
Vincent Pyle
Vincent Pyle
Steven Hout
Jeffrey Grogg
Michael Kerns
Allan Ward
Allan Ward
Jeffery Wagoner
Barry Winters
Kelly Frye
Timmy Pritts
Cecil Kenner
Randall Whittington
Steven Hout
Dennis Steiding
Douglas Beitzel
Jeffery Wagoner
Geena Kile
Steven Adams
Steven Hout
Steven Hout
John Monahan
Jon Miller
Michael Salvadge
Michael Salvadge
Phillip Rumer
Merel Chaney
Cody Pearce
John Blankenship
Kelly Frye
Jeffrey DeHaven
Steven Adams
John Monahan
Jon Miller
Keith Hose
Eric Mowbray
COLLAPSE TEAM
Vernon Growden
HIRT TEAM
Coordinator
Vernon Growden
Annual Statistics
Calendar
Year
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
FIRE
INCIDENTS
1,188
1,266
1,200
1,136
1,304
1,254
AMBULANCE
INCIDENTS
4,305
4,319
4,515
4,694
4,665
4,577
TOTAL
5,493
5,585
5,715
5,830
5,969
5,831
INCIDENTS
Ambulance Incidents –
In/Out of City
Ambulance
Calls by
Calendar
Year
In
City
Out of
City
TOTAL
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
3,649 3,641 3,793 4,154 4,096 4,271
656
678
722
540
569
306
4,305 4,319 4,515 4,694 4,665 4,577
FY2011 Fire Department
Revenue
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Allegany County Appropriations:
$189,688.00
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SB508 Funds:
$ 31,789.74
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Allegany County Gaming Distribution:
$ 3,065.37
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Ambulance Transport Fees Paid:
$691,584.45
(All fees paid in FY2011 for EMS transports in current and previous years thru March, 2011.)
Medical Claim-Aid is the billing agent for the City of Cumberland
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Ambulance Paramedic Intercept Fees:
$ 27,663.77
(All paramedic intercept fees paid in FY2011 for paramedic intercepts in current and previous years thru
February, 2011.)
Ambulance Billing
Fiscal Year Comparisons
(as of April 21, 2011)
FISCAL
YEAR
Number of
Transports
Amount
Billed
Mandatory
Write-Offs
Total
Write-Offs
Net Billable
Amount
Collected
Collection
Rate
2007
3013
$1,047.765.51
$146,940.48
$316,318.86
$ 900,825.03
$731,136.07
81.16%
2008
3254
$1,157,445.30
$135,344.75
$335,071.38
$1,022,100.55
$821,607.33
80.38%
2009
3258
$1,193,817.49
$118,763.74
$291,251.20
$1,075,053.75
$901,630.29
83.87%
2010
3245
$1,207,969.96
$147,255.92
$307,838.21
$1,060,714.04
$894,209.25
84.30%
2011
2452
$ 933,222.94
$109,315.48
$175,062.79
$ 823,907.46
$603,759.43
73.28%
Collection % Formula = Amount Collected ÷ Net Billable
Note:
Mandatory Write-Offs = Insurance Write-Offs
Other Write-Offs = Deceased/No Assets, Insurance Rejected, Bad Address, Time-Out, etc.
Grant Awards in FY2011
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2010 FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant
$156,111.00
for four (4) Life-Pak 15 monitor/defibrillators, (4) field service upgrades for Life-Paks,
(4) ambulance power costs, (1) rugged stair chair
Grant: 90% Federal Share and 10% City Share
Total Project: $173,456.00 ($156,111.00 Federal / $17,345.00 City)
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FY2011 MIEMSS Matching Grant
for purchase of one (1) Life-Pak 15
$ 15,032.00
Grant: 50% State Share and 50% City Share
Total Project: $30,064.00 ($15,032.00 State/$15,032.00 City)
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2010 MIEMSS Radio Grant Program
$
for purchase of four (4) mobile radio units for 4 ambulances @ $1,120.00 each
4,480.00
Grant: 100% State Share
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2010 FEMA Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grant
for hiring of eight (8) new firefighters
$806,316.00
Grant Awards in FY2011 (continued)
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2010 FEMA Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grant
for hiring of eight (8) new firefighters
$806,316.00
Period of Performance: May 12, 2011 to May 11, 2013
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Personnel:
Fringe Benefits:
$537,544.00
$268,772.00
First Year:
Second Year:
Third Year:
$397,200 (salary and benefits)
100% Federal Share
$409,116 (salary and benefits)
100% Federal Share
Committed to retain SAFER-funded firefighters for one year.
The eight (8) SAFER-funded Firefighters will increase Fire Dept. personnel to 66
employees (65 firefighters and 1 administrative officer), enable the City to man a
dedicated second-line ambulance, and back-fill crew assignments when regular
firefighters take unscheduled leave, drastically reducing overtime costs.
FY2011 Budget Overview
Capital Line Item:
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New Ambulance Purchased:
$215,000.00
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Replace Fire Dept. Command Unit, 2000 Dodge
Durango, involved in motor vehicle accident including
emergency equipment:
(pending) $ 31,000.00
FY2012 Budget Request Overview
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Overtime:
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Vehicle Repairs:
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Uniforms and Accessories: Equip 8 SAFER-funded Firefighters
Drastically reduced Overtime Costs due to hiring SAFER-funded Firefighters
Reduced nearly 10%; however, repairs will probably increase due to age of
apparatus
Unable to purchase budgeted uniforms, accessories due to
FY10 and FY11 Budget Restraints
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Firefighting Supplies:
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Gasoline and Diesel:
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Building Maintenance: Replace roof and interior paint at East Side Fire Station #3
Six (6) 60-minute carbon fiber cylinders
Porta-Count Tester
Rescue Cutter
Thermal Imaging Camera
= $5,760.00
= $8,300.00
= $4,592.00
= $4,800.00
Increase due to expected rising costs
Note: Applied for CDBG funding to renovate South End Fire Station #2
Headquarters Station #1
(Built 1976)
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Headquarters, located in the Public Safety building at
the corner of Bedford and N. Mechanic Streets.
Houses three engines, one ladder truck, one rescue
truck, and three ambulances.
Station 2
(Built 1926)
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Station 2, located in South Cumberland at Third and
Race Sts. Houses one engine and one ambulance.
Station 3
(Built 1926)
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Station 3, located in the East Side on Frederick Street.
Can only house one engine.
Fire Department Future Needs:
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New Fire Station in the Willowbrook Road Area to replace obsolete Fire Station #3 that
was built in 1926.
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New Fire Station to replace obsolete Fire Station #2 that was built in 1926.
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New Ambulance due to age and high mileage.
Current Ambulance Fleet includes:
Medic 1 - #370 2000 Freightliner Ambulance 112,640 miles
Medic 2 - #343 2007 International Ambulance 114,078 miles
Medic 3 - #344 2002 Freightliner Ambulance 118,528 miles
Medic 4 - #342 1996 Ford Ambulance
51,495 miles
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Replace Fire Apparatus Truck #1 that is nearing its life expectancy.
The Fire Dept. will apply for a new aerial tower when the 2011 AFG Grant Application
Period opens under the Firefighting Vehicle Acquisition Program.
An aerial tower costs nearly $1,000,000.00. If awarded, the City share is 10% of the
total project cost, or $100,000.00. During a discussion at a recent “Grants Meeting”, the
City may be able to add additional $150,000 since it appears the threshold for an award
is $750,000.00.
CFD Truck #1, 1992 Sutphen 90-foot Aerial Tower 1750 GPM Pumper - 19 years old
Thank you for your
consideration.
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