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May 23, 2013



The amount of funding that goes into this study must be astronomical.
However, statistically, is there a real need for another fire house, or shared services?
Statistically, how many homes, business's, schools, and "open space" are burning everyday, every month, yearly?
That question should be answered before any more time and money is spent on this finding.
There must be someone (At City Hall Burlingame)who is brave enough to produce this "basic information".
Before the New City of Burlingame Manager, Finance Manager,and City of Burlingame Attorney "Green Light" this very expensive decision to move forward ,I would like to know the satistics..Only Stats.
Then present that to the taxpayers.
My understanding is that @ 91% of all Fire Dept calls are for physical emergencies.

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