It’s official

It’s Official Steve Stith is listed in Fire Department.net as the Fire Chief, but no where did he include Andrew Greene as the Assistant Fire Chief:

Steve Stith

Fire Chief

Station:
White Springs Volunteer Fire Department

Physical Address

White Springs Volunteer Fire Department
16552 Spring ST
White Springs, FL 32096

Mailing Address

White Springs Volunteer Fire Department
PO Box D
White Springs, FL 32096
Phone: (386) 397-2211
Fax: (386) 397-1542
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Fire Department Statistics

Department Type: Volunteer
Number of Stations: 1

Firefighting Personnel

Full-Time Paid Firefighters: 0
Part-Time Paid Firefighters: 0
Volunteer Firefighters: 8

Non-Firefighting Support Personnel

Non-Firefighting Paid Staff: 0
Non-Firefighting Volunteers: 0

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Fire Department Statistics

Department Type: Volunteer
Number of Stations: 1

Firefighting Personnel

Full-Time Paid Firefighters: 0
Part-Time Paid Firefighters: 0
Volunteer Firefighters: 8

Non-Firefighting Support Personnel

Non-Firefighting Paid Staff: 0
Non-Firefighting Volunteers: 0

During Fire Chief Steven Stith’s department report at the March 13 meeting, he showed a seven-minute video of the disorganization of the fire station when he recently took over.

That led to Thomas Brazil speaking out against the video.

Brazil stated that after the town meeting in January where seven members of the fire department resigned, the locks for the station were changed.

“The simple matter is that the locks were changed and they had staff from the city go in there and move personal belongings of members that were a part of the department out of it,” Brazil said. “How do we know they did not go in and move stuff around and that was the mess shown on the video?”

Brazil then stated the fire chief had said the trucks were missing items and were in total disarray. Brazil said he wanted to make it clear that he and one other member worked to keep the trucks running. He said they fixed problems that needed to be fixed out of their own pockets so the city did not have to because of their low budget.

Brazil asked Stith why he came back for a third time when he previously left the fire chief position due to disorganization and disarray of the town.

“What has changed?” Brazil asked. “You said you could not work for any of them, so what has changed?”

“You’ve had your five minutes,” Stith replied. “I don’t have to answer your question.”

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