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A note: soon this blog will be fully replaced on this site by our Facebook feed. You DO NOT need a Facebook account to see PF&R's dynamic daily upload of news, photos, videos and information.
You can see it here: https://www.facebook.com/PortlandFire
September 14, 2009
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Welcome to the Portland Fire & Rescue (PF&R) Fire Blog! My name is John Klum and I am one of the 750 proud members of PF&R. Thank you for visiting our newest site.
With support and direction from Commissioner Randy Leonard, PF&R has developed the Fire Blog primarily to communicate new ideas and news, provide an informal channel of communication, and get instant feedback from both internal PF&R members and the communities we serve.
We also hope to:
Emphasize PF&R’s Purpose
We want to communicate to the citizens of Portland what we stand for, what we're trying to accomplish, and what’s important to us as a bureau.
We will provide information, resources, and tips to readers both inside and outside of PF&R. We will ask for your feedback and what sort of things you would find valuable from the Fire Blog.
The blog will be used as a workspace to keep each other updated and maintain open dialogue.
The Fire Blog will be a continual work in progress. So, if you have a comment or suggestion, we always welcome your feedback. Thanks again for visiting and supporting Portland Fire & Rescue. Tell a friend. And we hope you enjoy the site as much as we have enjoyed creating it.
John Klum, Fire Chief
October 19, 2009
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August 13, 2009
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