LAFD Hosts Community-Driven Strategic Planning Input Sessions At Fuller Lodge Monday

As part of a community-driven strategic planning process being implemented by the Los Alamos County Fire Department, members of the community recommended by command staff , including Don Taylor and Liz Cavasos, left, were invited to attend two sessions Monday morning at Fuller Lodge to offer their input. Fire Chief Troy Hughes said earlier that the LAFD was hosting the two sessions to gain a better understanding of the Department’s customers’ expectations, to identify community concerns that might exist and to determine the community’s priorities regarding programs and services provided by LAFD. Written input received at the two sessions will be presented to LAFD staff today as part of their strategic planning process. LAFD is the third largest career department in the state and is nationally accredited. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com

Community stakeholders at Monday’s first session include Los Alamos Police Department Community Liaison Sgt. Chris Ross, left, Los Alamos Public Schools Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus and LAPD Accreditation Manager Sgt. Daniel Roberts. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com

Facilitator Matthew Keller, technical advisor for the Center for Public Safety, addresses the early session Monday morning at Fuller Lodge. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com

Attendees at the LAFD community stakeholders input session Monday morning at Fuller Lodge included, from left, David Jolly, Los Alamos County Council Chair David Izraelevitz and Los Alamos Chief of Police Dino Sgambellone. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com

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