Reports

UCFD AMALGAMATED MEETING MINUTES

 

March 2018

February 2018

January 2018


BUDGET REPORTS

 

2016-17-ucfd-budget


DRY HYDRANTS

 

Dry hydrants are a common form of water access on a year round basis to rural fire departments.

This access allows our tankers to hook directly to the hydrant thus allowing quicker water access (similar to a town water supply).

Occasionally our fire ponds need brush cutting to allow easier access to fill up our tankers. Cherry Hill and Broad Cove fire ponds (dry hydrants) do not need the same amount of care as the Voglers Cove fire pond.

Recently Max Slauenwhite (Fire Captain in Vogler’s Cove) organized the following fire fighters to help remove brush from the fire pond in Vogler’s Cove.

A big thanks to:

Max Slauenwhite
Dave Porteous
Roy Dagley
Eugene Hynick
Chris Tumblin
Grenville Tumblin
Wayne Smith (Chief) who brought the wood chipper.
Photo credits and article by Art Fielding.

Thanks everybody!

 

The Cherry Hill dry hydrant.

 

The Broad Cove dry hydrant.

 

The Vogler’s Cove dry hydrant.