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Fire official quits EMA?board over ‘instability’

June 19, 2013

LISBON — A local fire official resigned as the Columbiana County Emergency Management Agency’s certification compliance designee for St....

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ladybug

Jun-20-13 6:35 PM

I'll be darn !!Amazing

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notSocialist

Jun-20-13 2:08 PM

See, bug, I can be non-partisan.

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notSocialist

Jun-20-13 2:07 PM

" Top salary to start,Ignore all the other more qualified people who applied.

By pass the person who was filling in.

"Your right absolutly amazing " "

Must agree in this one. It seems he was unqualified when hired. I guess it all depends if they were allowed to hire an unqualified applicant and then get him 'trained up' in a certain amount of time.

If not, this matter should be investigated.

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ladybug

Jun-20-13 11:02 AM

I have no idea what he said.

Gee.!

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ladybug

Jun-20-13 10:57 AM

Top salary to start,Ignore all the other more qualified people who applied.

By pass the person who was filling in.

"Your right absolutly amazing "

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WatchDog

Jun-20-13 9:33 AM

"He's working hard to get all of the necessary certifications. As he learns more about what the EMA does, he'll be fine," Weigle said,

OMG that is chilling! In the meantime, a natural disaster or major emergency happens......

...don't fire the SEAL, fire the commissioners!

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