Your Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue Board of Fire Commissioners is comprised of five elected fire commissioners operating under the auspices of Title 52 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW). Commissioners have a statutory obligation to manage the affairs of the District and establish all District policies. Each fire commissioner is elected to serve a six year term through the Jefferson County Office of Elections. The day-to-day operations of the District are managed by the Fire Chief.
The PLFR Board meets on the second Tuesday of every month.
Time: 6:00 pm - Via Zoom (Until Further Notice)
Place: Fire Station No. 31
Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: PLFR BOC Meeting
Time: August 9, 2022 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 633 609 1782
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Meet the Board—
Commissioner Carmody is a retired Fire Chief of the Yokusoka, Japan Fire Department. He has served as a Port Ludlow Fire and Rescue fire commissioner for more than ten years and has seen the steady population growth in Port Ludlow which has required increased staff and upgraded equipment. Gene is an active member of the Washington Fire Commissioners Association and currently serves on the state Health Care Committee that oversees the statewide self insured insurance program. Gene is active in the community, currently assisting with the Village Council and volunteers as a proof reader for the Port Ludlow Voice. He serves on the fire district's stategic planning committee and labor/management committee. Gene is married to Kozue and they live in the North Bay area.
Commissioner Davis was appointed as a Port Ludlow Fire and Rescue Commissioner in September 2011. He served as a fire commissioner with District 1 for eight years, giving him an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a commissioner. After moving to Port Ludlow in 2006 Ed resigned his position with district 1. Prior to moving to Jefferson County he lived in Oregon and served in a management position at Tektronix located in Beaverton, Oregon. He has lived in Jefferson County for 28 years. Before retirement he owned and operated Peninsula Insurance Center in Chimacum with his wife, Sara. They have two grown sons.
Glenn Clemens was elected in 2022 to a 6 year term with Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue.