March 25, 2001 – Board Conflict?
Sedona Fire District Is Losing Good People
First, the Chief said, employees look at him as their leader – he’s the Fire Chief for the district. When employees lose trust in their leader, fear goes up while morale goes down. The bottom line for Hazime is that people leave because they don’t know where the district is headed – in what direction is the leader leading? Read the rest…
March 25, 2011 – Chapel Water Tank
Sedona fire District Chief Nazih Hazime reported last Saturday (March 20, 2011), he and Deputy Fire Marshal Gary Johnson attended the Chapel Vista Homeowners’ Association meeting about a proposed water tank for the Chapel Area and SR 179 (south Sedona) corridor.
The firemen were able to answer many questions about operations of the district.
March 22, 2011 Post
In addition, the Chief addressed per capita expenditure. In Coconino County, the Chief explained, there are six fire districts with per capita higher than in the Sedona District. In Yavapai County, at least three have higher per capita expenditures.
The Sedona District is unusual in that it covers a diverse geographical area of 168 square miles with only four fire stations. Sedona’s many tourists are not included in the per capita figure, yet each year “many find it a safe place to visit based on their experience when they call 9-1-1.” Read More