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Little decided in MOFD division races
The Election Day voter turnout gave few ...By Nick Marnell

MOFD starts process to relocate Fire Station 41
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District board authorized Fire Chief Dave Winnacker to enter into preliminary discussions with property owners as the first step in possible relocation of Moraga Fire Station 41 and the district administrative headquarters, also located in ...By Nick Marnell

Lamorinda rebuilt fire stations heading to the home stretch
Helped by construction friendly weather, and no additional contractor drama, the new Lafayette and Orinda fire stations are well on their way to spring 2019 completions, according to fire district officials.
By Nick Marnell

Plenty of money and plenty of nastiness define MOFD board races
The 2018 election for the directorships of ...By Nick Marnell

ConFire's Carman named fire chief of the year
The California Fire Chiefs Association named Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Chief Jeff Carman as its 2018 statewide fire chief of the year at its annual conference in Sacramento. The Ronny Jack Coleman award is named after retired State Fire Marshal Ronny ...By Nick Marnell

Lafayette residential occupancy fire inspections nearly complete
The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District made several changes to its fire prevention bureau in order to catch up on past due fire inspections and Fire Chief Jeff Carman has assured Lafayette residents that all mandated residential occupancy inspections will ...By Nick Marnell

Incumbent looks to hold off two challengers in MOFD Division 3 race
Steve Anderson, director since 2012, is in a heated race for the Moraga-Orinda Fire District Division 3 board seat. His opponents are union-backed Steven Danziger, a retired fire administrator, and independent Red Smith, a technology executive.
By Nick Marnell

Two Orindans compete to succeed Brad Barber in MOFD Division 4
Independent candidate and Orinda businesswoman Lucy Talbot runs against union-backed Michael Donner, a retired firefighter, for the Division 4 seat on the Moraga-Orinda Fire District board of directors.
By Nick Marnell

MOFD Division 1 race features stark differences between candidates
Independent candidate and Moraga businessman Nate Bell runs against union-backed Greg Baitx, a Moraga resident and firefighter with the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District, for the Division 1 seat on the Moraga-Orinda Fire District board of directors.
By Nick Marnell

Fire chief dismisses two employees for unauthorized political activity
Two Moraga-Orinda Fire District aides acted ...By Nick Marnell

Split MOFD board approves three-year labor contract with firefighters union
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District came within ...By Nick Marnell

MOFD campaign ad correction
A Sept. 19 Lamorinda Weekly campaign ad for ...By Nick Marnell

MOFD open house features fire prevention exhibits and activities
Fire prevention has everyone's attention, with some areas within the Moraga-Orinda Fire District lying in what Cal Fire calls a Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone. MOFD Fire Marshal Kathy Leonard offers advice for all Lamorinda residents, whether living in a high ...By Nick Marnell

MOFD and the firefighters union come to tentative labor agreement
After nearly six months of negotiations, ...By Nick Marnell

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