Loveland Council Approves Sprinkler Task Force

After a presentation on residential fire suppression sprinklers the City Council gave Fire Chief Randy Mirowski permission to create a group to study the feasibility of requiring sprinklers in new residential construction. The Council asked a lot of good questions. For example, Daryle Klassen wondered why Loveland would require sprinklers in new homes if olderContinue reading “Loveland Council Approves Sprinkler Task Force”

Fire Rescue Authority Strategic Plan Dependent on November Election

On the same night that the City Council discussed 2013 capital expansion fees, it also discussed the City’s long-term strategy for increasing the service capability of the fire department. The department wants to add 24 firefighters, three support employees, build a new fire station and buy land for another. However, that plan is dependent onContinue reading “Fire Rescue Authority Strategic Plan Dependent on November Election”