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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 9

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  • Text: Metropolitan Cities That Do Not Operate a Fire Department Shop, The following question was asked of each municipality that is covered by this survey. "As the Chief of your department, would you give your candid opinion as to which method is more efficient?" Cincinnati, Ohio Chief B. A. Lugannani Comment: There are good arguments pro and con on both methods of maintaining equipment. However, all factors being equal, I think there can be little question that when the repair shop is part of the Fire Department, the quality and quantity of the work are far superior to that obtained from an agency responsible for the maintenance of a wide variety of automotive equipment. A comparison of Fire Department maintenance shops in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio readily demonstrates this. The Columbus shops are well maintained, with mechanics trained in the servicing of fire equipment ‘only, who devote their entire time to meeting the needs of the Fire Service and who are subject to Fire Department discipline. In Cincinnati the area designated as the Fire Division shop is shared with street sweepers, a tire shop and a wash rack. The general appearance is more that of a truck junkyard than of an efficient, well maintained repair shop. Although mechanics are supposed to be assigned to Fire apparatus, there is frequent transferring of personnel so that some men whose major mechanical experience is that gained in the lawn mower and small car shop are assigned as Fire equipment mechanics under supervisors with little more experience. Over the years, the Fire Division has lost practically all effective control over this agency. The situation in general is far from satisfactory. There is an area, however, which a Fire Chief cannot ignore in evaluating a centralized maintenance shop. This is the area of economy to the municipal operation. Unquestionably the maintenance of separate repair agencies--personnel, equipment, buildings, etc.--for each City department cannot help but be more costly than when they are centralized, taking advantage of the economies that are achieved through the consoli- dation of personnel, equipment and buildings. Although the centralized agency will probably never serve an individual department or division as effectively as one of its own, I believe it can be operated with a degree of efficiency that would be acceptable, if a City Administration establishes con- trols that restrict the maintenance facility to a service organization and insure the operating agencies of supervisory control over their own work and full eqntrol over selection and approval of their equipment For a Fire Department that for years has maintained a high level of efficiency and discipline, and recently attained a Class One A.I.A. rating, our present maintenance facility is an eyesore and a disgrace. City Administration is becoming aware of this, and it is anticipated that some corrective action will be forthcoming. It may be of some value to relate some of our background in this area. Until shortly after the end of World War II, the Fire Division did have its own repair shop, with most personnel being part of the uniformed ranks. At that time, in an economy move, the City centralized the maintenance shops under one Municipal Garage operation. However, the Fire Division retained a supervisory position in the Municipal Garage with supervisory authority over the mechanics working on Fire apparatus and with some voice in the transfer of men in and out of the Fire Depart- ment repair section. This man, under the Fire Chief, had full control over practically all matters concerning Fire equipment. His position carried the title of Supervisor of Fire Apparatus and Equipment and had rank equal to a Battalion Chief. In January, 1966, over strenuous objection of the Fire Division, this position was abolished, and all operational control over the repair facilities: by the Fire Division was taken away. Since then, we have been able to show the need for filling the vacated position, but it has been reestablished at the rank of Lieutenant. The new position, however, has no supervisory authority and little control over the shop work related to Fire Department equipment and as to other duties and respon- sibilities assigned to the former position at the Municipal Garage. There has been strong opposition from the man in charge of municipal facilities to the presqce of any Fire Division personnel in his operation. San Francisco, California. Chief William Murray. Comment: If we had our own maintenance shop it would be more efficient. Jacksonville, Florida. Chief J. J. Hubbard. We operated our own maintenance shop until November 1968. It is now under the City Motor Pool. It is my opinion that if we had our own shop under Fire Department Supervision it would be more efficient. Fairfax County, Virginia. Chief W. H. Burton, Jr. Comment: Centralized repair shop for all the municipality may work efficiently for the Fire Service, but I do not delieve this would be possible without close control by the Fire Service. Such control will necessitate a well qualified Superintendant of Fire Equipment and other personnel, all under the control of the Fire Chief, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Chief K. W. Hall. Comment: Our Maintenance of Fire Apparatus is conducted by the Equipment Division of the Department of Public Works. We are satisfied with the service and feel that it is more efficient < and economical than it was when under the Fire Department. Yo This is partly due to having to use the shop to employ various disabled fire fighters whereas this is not possible now. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chief Harry J. Keller. Comment: No, we do not operate our Maintenance Shop. It is my opinion it would be better under the Fire Department Super- vision. : . Newark, New Jersey. Chief J. M. Redden. Comment: I find that centralized maintenance, as opposed to a Fire Department operated shop, to be a severe detrement to Fire Department operations. — Cleveland, Ohio. Comment: A separate and.complete maintenance would be more efficient. : New Haven, Connecticut. Chief Frank Sweeny. Comment: No Department takes care of its equipment like the Fire Service. You will not be satisfied with a City operated repair complex. Jersey City, New Jersey. Chief R. A. Gibney. Comment: A central garage maintained by the Department of Public Works maintains our equipment. This arrangement has been in existence short period of time. Unable to say which method is more efficient. New Orleans, Louisiana Comment: A shop operated by the Fire Department for Fire Depart- ment equipment is the only way a large Department can keep equip- ment rolling. Salt Lake City, Utah. Comment: Public Safety Garage comprises: Fire Department, Police Department, and Board of Health, all under the direction of the Fire Department Master Mechanic. We think our system of public safety works very well. We always have our fire apparatus under our supervision. Tulsa, Oklahoma. Chief E. S. Hawkins. Comment: We had our own shop for some 50 years, but for many reasons--cost, help, etc., we joined a Central City Maintenance Shop. A Fire Department Shop is more efficient when adequate quarters and personnel can be provided. Most cities are growing so rapidly that a Central Garage is a mist. We have a firm understanding that our emergency equipment comes first. Richmond, Virginia. Chief Sherry. Comment: I think a separate Maintenance Shop is more efficient and more economical.
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 10

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  • Text: Pity, The undersigned are residents ‘of the Seminole Court Apartments. The building. at 585 Seminole Ave., N. E., directly South of the apartments, is to be razed in the near future because of the Expressway. Several other buildings in this neighborhood have been razed by Hudgins and Company, and the combustible mater- ials were burned at the site. However, the law limiting the size of the fire to 10 feet in diameter was not obeyed, the fires were often 40 to 50 feet in diameter, and the material was not completely burned but was doused with water and left smouldering for several days. Also, the burned-out debris was not taken away, This caused an unpleasant odor, and is harmful to the health. Because of the danger of fire to the Seminole Court Apartments, whose upper floors are constructed of wood, and the failure of the contractors to observe the law, we are respectfully petitioning you to refuse a permit to the contrac- tors to burn the combustible material when razing the building at 585 Seminole Avée., N. EB. ADDRESS By ! OpF D-2 Cather Sd Kellen SG Sonunele Qe ,NE. 3 < 2 Gi Hy pod Minimal, Ave. W EGA ° byce pate bo) femreke, Ae bf. 4 D reg: , 59( Bernele Que LE ee Grkelh Gherwr Ayah C 5 54) <3 phe ode Arse. Wie. : 7 C 3°75 Sento AvE AVE. apt A ete Ce ’ be 595 Semipele AVE-NE, fC. Marner 597 Ah bsnentle Gt, UM. E. GYt.D 7 f Lhe jy M PEN dab ane Oe “yh Cf 4 / / A Bias fpr CIA Srmirvelne Ceane Pr wee Alla Madlech 39) kemerole aus Apt A n.8, (he | (A ling wil 57 _MMrnrvrente Coe }7 € Gr B f
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 2

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 501 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 May 20, 1969 CHARLES L. DAVIS W. ROY SMITH DIRECTOR OF FINANCE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE EDGAR A. VAUGHN, JR. JAMES R. FOUNTAIN, JR. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE Chief P. 0. Williams Pire Department City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Paul: I am enclosing @ copy of the International City Managers’ Association managewent report on "Fire Department Operations During Civil Disorders." I have personally reviewed this material and found many helpful suggestions contained therein. I trust the enclosed report will be beneficial to you in your operation of the Fire Department. Sincerely, Ae ap oe Charles L. Davis Director of Finance CLD: dhf Ene losure ce: Mr. Rs Rarl Landers
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 16

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  • Text: CitTyY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of FIRE 46 COURTLAND ST,.,S. E. Atlanta, Georgia June 26, 1969 NLR, IO ae P.O. WILLIAMS CHIEF Honorable Ivan Allen, ur. Mayor, City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mayor Allen: This is to advise that I will be on vacation from June 30 until my return on July 14, 1969. Ist Deputy Chief J. I. Gibson will be in charge of the department during my absence. Respectfully submitted, i? Deh perme’ Chief Fire Department POW: 11a “HELP SAVE LIFE AND PROPERTY BY PREVENTING FIRES”
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 22

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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 27

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  • Text: RULES FIRE PROHNOTION BOARD CITY OF ATLANTA Revised March 1967 ll, 12. iss 14. 15. 16. 17. 18, 19. 20, 21. 22.4 An examination for Fire Captain will be held annually and the register established will be valid for one year. Examinations for all other classes of positions will be held when the Board deems a list necessary, and the registers es- tablished will be valid for one year. The life of such registers may be extended for an additional year if the Board deems it practical and expedient to do so. Satisfactory completion of a performance test of driving skill under the supervision of the Fire Training Chief is a prerequisite to applying for promotion to Fire Rescue Lieutenant. When a man on an eligible register for a higher position than his present class declines an assignment which would allow him to act as an alternate for the higher position, his name will be moved down on the eligible list below the name of the man who accepts the assignment, If a qualified eligible is serving in a permanent vacancy in a temporary capacity at the time of a new examination, he will not be required to take any further examination. The Fire Alarm Superintendent will qualify men for the position of Fire Dispatcher and will furnish the Fire Promotion Board a list of qualified applicants and their grades. Non-firefighting personnel desiring to return to firefighting must serve one year as full-pay Firemen before being eligible to compete in promotional examinations. Members of the Training Division are considered to be firefighting personnel. Upon return to the Fire Department, reemployed Firemen, including those who were formerly on the eligible register for Fire Lieutenant or other promotional registers, must serve one year as full-pay firemen before being eligible to compete in promotional examinations. Seniority will be recognized by the addition to the final attained passing grade of one-half (4s) point for each year of service in the Fire Department beyond the first five (5) years to a maximum of five (5) points in any case. For promotion to the rank of Captain and higher,seniority will be recognized by giving one-half (’s) point for each year of service on next lower rank only, to a maximum of five (5) points. In the event of a tie in final grades after addition of seniority points, the man with the highest seniority will be placed highest on the eligible register. If seniority points are the same, the man with the highest written grade will be placed highest on the eligible register. Fire Department personnel serving in the armed forces will accrue seniority as though serving in the Fire Department. Fire Department personnel on military leeve may be given the pro- motional examination for which they are eligible and will be notified of the opening and closing dates of application for all examinations for classes to which they may apply. 23. 24. 25. Linemen, machinists, fire cquipment mechanics, and fire carpenters may be qualified by the Personnel Department from open competitive registers, Fire Department personnel who qualify may be certified ahead of others on the list if desired. Fire Department personnel may be qualified by the Personnel Department from promotional cx- aminations from within the Fire Department. A schedule of eligibility for promotion and who may apply for the various classes is shown in Table I. Examinations will be conducted according to the schedule of weights and phases listed in Table II. TABLE I SCHEDULE OF ELIGIBILITY FOR PROMOTION FOR PROMOTION TO: WHO MAY APPLY: Fire Apparatus Operator Firemen who have completed two years of service. Fire Rescue Lieutenant All fire fighting personnel who have completed five years of service in the Fire Department. Fire Dispatcher All fire fighting personnel who have completed five years of service in the Department and have had one year of service in the Signal Division of the Fire Department. Fire Lieutenant p All fire fighting personnel who have completed five years of service in the Department. Fire Captain Fire Lieutenants with at least 3 years' service as Lieutenant. Fire Drill Instructor, Chief All Fire Captains Fire Battalion Chief Fire Captains with at least 3 years' service as Captain. First Deputy & Deputy Fire Chief All Fire Battalion Chiefs Fire Investigator I All fire fighting personnel and fire dispatchers who have completed five years of service in the Fire Department. Fire Investigator II Fire Investigators with one year of service as an Investigator. Assistant Fire Marshal Fire Investigators with 3 years' service as Investigator. Fire Marshal Assistant Fire Marshals and Fire Investigators with 3 years’ ser- vice.
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 49

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA 8 August 1969 Memorandum Regarding Beseaimingrion: Ageanes Black Ramemen Of Atlanta | ® ~ aoa eS ae ae : - + To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Chairman Board of Firemasters, Alderman_Wm, ..T. Bete _ Knight and Atlanta Fire Chief Paul 0. Williams a Sa ay: oe, ete From; Black Firemen of Atlanta 25 en = The Black firefighters of Atlanta are dedicated municipal employees, , concerned with the safety and welfare of our city and all of its citizens. - During the years of our tenure as firemen we have been subjected to dis-- - | crimination and abuses as outlined below. We request that immediate. action be taken to correct these practices, and that on or before Monday, - August 18, 1969 that we receive a formal report on your actions in corrette ing the actions cited herein: J - a 7 I, HIRING PRACTICES cress 1 | ee: sa} tsa as The ratio of Black Firemen to White Firemen does not correspon to the population of Black citizens in Atlanta. There are about 90 to 100 Black Firemen in a department of more than 900 men. Black~Fizremen 9 . that are drafted into the armed services are replaced by white firemen/ ¢(, 7 II. SEGREGATED SLEEPING & LOCKER SSSR ENeNS Lockers and beds of Black Firemen are placed in the back or away | ! from the white firemen. | III. RECREATION CLUB The membership was closed the year Black Firemen wor 1963, Land was given to the club by the government on Leph hee Allatoona. ee 3 acres) (eA cei ee een hece IV. PROMOTIONAL DISCRIMINATION (© ome tintin 6 . Black Firemen should be included in ‘every department. White fires men with less time and experience are promoted- to driver-positions. — ‘Black | Firemen with 5 and 6 years should be promoted to Lieutenants, because the ~~; entire officer cabinet is made up of all white officers. Most of these officers have been known-to-forcetheir-prejudices-on Black Firemen. We -s=are aware of the test for Lieutenants, but in a time of an emergency men have been promoted wholesale from private to captains within a year, thus_ setting proper precedent. We consider this an emergency-because of the overall discrimination in the department. White drivers are giving up their b positions because they know future Lieutenants are going to be appointed by Chiefs.- This is true because in the last captain's test the aides of all z> OF the chiefs dominated the list. Some of these Lieutenants didn't place in : the top 40 on the Lieutenants list. ‘Now they are captains. V. EXPERIENCE AND LENGTH OF TIME ON THE DEPARTMENT ; met Acting officers, we feel that every Black Firemen with the time and experience, equal to any white firemen, should be.given the opportunity to be an acting officer. This applies to extra drivers. House dyties should be picked according to seniority. [SoS ee fom \ VI. STANDARD SET OF RULES FOR ALL C INS Each shift is operated different, captain authority has no limit. He forces personal prejudices on Black Firemen. Transfer of men to other ° stations. ; fs Aerts, Phe AMhe | eS obgartien fo lf. | FOR CONTACT: Fireman William Hamer : fo ogg : 195 Hermer Circle, N. W. + Sa . ets Atlanta, Georgia 30311 | hc Plephone - 794-2244 —, a a a. se-s5 Fire Station 16 on C Shift | en Telephone 523-5786
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 33

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA 8 August 1969 - A : Memorandum Regarding psnice sm me en AGRE St Black eageiien Of Atlanta Wes a mt eon ! . Tos . Mayor Ivan Allen, Chairman Board of Firemasters, Alderman Wn. T. Baits _ Knight and Atlanta Fire Chief Paul 0. Williams Se Bes ; eee = From: Black Firemen of Atlanta . - ee ate ee The Black firefighters of Atlanta are dual casa municipal employees,. ; concerned with the safety and welfare of our city and all of its citizens. During the years of our tenure as firemen we have been subjected to dis-. - | crimination and abuses as outlined below. We request that immediate. action be taken to correct these practices, and that on or before Monday, - August 18, 1969 that we receive a formal report on your ‘actions in corrette__ : ing the actions cited herein: / Ree : 4 . ott I. HIRING PRACTICES Ao ieee ey | | aS BE * bin | = : i The ratio of Black Firemen to White Firemen -does not correspond ——to the population of Black citizens in Atlanta. There are about 90 to 100 - Black Firemen in a department of more than 900 men. Black Eiremen II. SEGREGATED SLEEPING & LOCKER SEE NGEMENTS Lockers and beds of Black Firemen are placed in the back or away from the white firemen. III. RECREATION CLUB i 4B The membership was eiéeed the year Rl 1963. Land was given to the club by the gover of Z a IV. PROMOTIONAL DISCRIMINATION \& outs Jone et O ) f Black Firemen should be included in ‘every department. White fires os»! men with less time and experience are promoted-to-driver-positions. Black Firemen with 5 and 6 years should be promoted to Lieutenants, because the entire officer cabinet is made up of all white officers. Most of these officers have been known_to_ferce—their-prejudices on Black Firemen. We Sare aware of the test for Lieutenants, but in a time of an emeraency men have been promoted wholesale from private to captains within a year, thus_ , setting proper precedent. We consider this an emergency-because of the 4 overall discrimination in the department. White drivers are giving up their positions because they know future Lieutenants are going to be appointed by Chiefs.-: This is true because in the last captain's test the aides of all : the chiefs dominated the list. Some of these Lieutenants didn't place in the top 40 on the Lieutenants list. Now they are captains. V. EXPERIENCE AND LENGTH OF TIME ON THE DEPARTMENT Acting officers, we feel that every Black Firemen with the time and experience, equal to ary white firemen, should be.given the opportunity, to be an acting officer. This applies to extra drivers. House duties should be picked according to seniority. ao AS rpeqop Fume C45 ‘ VI. STANDARD SET OF RULES FOR ALL C INS Each shift is operated different, captain authority has no limit. He forces personal prejudices on Black Firemen. Transfer of men to other ° stations. | ; | Chil ae | 6 an FOR CONTACT: Fireman William Hamer é = 195 Hermer Circle, N. W., Atlanta, Georgia 30311 os — + Blephone - 794-2244 = ; In a Fire Station 16 on Cc Shift wae Telephone 523-5786
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 42

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  • Text: RULES FIRE PROHOTION BOARD CITY OF ATLANTA Revised March 1967 ll. 12. 13, 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19, 20. 21. 22. An examination for Fire Captain will be held annually and the register established will be valid for one year. Examinations for all other classes of positions will be held when the Board deems a list necessary, and the registers es- tablished will be valid for one year. The life of such registers may be extended for an additional year if the Board deems it practical and expedient to do so. Satisfactcery completion of a performance test of driving skill under the supervision of the Fire Training Chief is a prerequisite to applying for promotion to Fire Rescue Lieutenant. When a man on an eligible register for a higher position than his present class declines an assignment which would allow him to act as an alternate for the higher position, his name will be moved down on the eligible list below the name of the man who accepts the assignment. If a qualified eligible is serving in a permanent vacancy in a temporary capacity at the time of a new examination, he will not be required to take any further examination. The Fire Alarm Superintendent will qualify men for the position of Fire Dispatcher and will furnish the Fire Promotion Board a list of qualified applicants and their grades. Non-firefighting personnel desiring to return to firefighting must serve one year as full~pay Firemen before being eligible to compete in promotional examinations. Members of the Training Division are considered to be firefighting personnel. Upon return to the Fire Department, reemployed Firemen, including those who were formerly on the eligible register for Fire Lieutenant or other promotional registers, must serve one year as full-pay firemen before being eligible to compete in promotional examinations. Seniority will be recognized by the addition to the final attained passing grade of one-half (4%) point for each year of service in the Fire Department beyond the first five (5) years to a maximum of five (5) points in any case. For promotion to the rank of Captain and higher,seniority will be recognized by giving one-half (’z) point for each year of service on next lower rank only, to a maximum of five (5) points. In the event of a tie in final grades after addition of seniority points, the man with the highest seniority will be placed highest on the eligible register. If seniority points are the same, the man with the highest written grade will be placed highest on the eligible register. Fire Department personnel serving in the armed forces will accrue seniority as though serving in the Fire Department. Fire Department personnel on military leeve may be given the pro- motional examination for which they are eligible and will be notified of the opening and closing dates of application for all examinations for classes to which they may apply. 23. 24, 25. Linemen, machinists, fire equipment mechanics, and fire carpenters may be qualified by the Personnel Department from open competitive registers. Fire Department personnel who qualify may be certified ahead of others on the list if desired. Fire Department personnel may be qualified by the Personnel Department from promotional cx- aminations from within the Fire Department. A schedule of eligibility for promotion and who may apply for the various classes is shown in Table I. Examinations will be conducted according to the schedule of weights and phases listed in Table II.
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 34

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  • Text: August 18, 1969 MEMORANDUM FROM: Dan Sweat Chief Williams has written a letter to Mayor Allen submitting information which addresses itself to the "Memorandum Regarding Discrimination Against Black Firemen of Atlanta" presented to the Mayor and Fire Depart- ment officials on August 8th. The letter contains attachments which includes a summary and analysis of promotional policies, a description of firing practices and a statement of exploration regarding the Atlanta Firemen's Recreation Club. Also included ie an August 15th memo from Chief Williams to all personnel of the Atlanta Fire Department reiterating Fire Department policies inviilving the proper form of verbal address of firemen and superior officers and assignment of fire station personnel as acting officers or extra apparatus operators. Ihave given copies of all correspondence between Chief Williams and Mayor Allen to Mr. William Hamer, Fireman at Station 16, Spokesman for the Biack Firemen.
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 21

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  • Text: City OF ATLANTA, DEPARTMENT of FIRE ; \) 46 COURTLAND ST.,S. E. ~, fh Atlanta, Georgia yb P.O. WILLIAMS CHIEF August 15, 1969 ijemo to: All Personnel Fron: Chief of Fire vapartment Subject: «eiteracion of Fire Department Policies Fire Department orricers Siail aduress tae firemen under their command by their surnanes. Firemen shall adaress ticir superior officers or acting officers vy rank. Qualified men will Ye assigned on a rotating wvasis to the capacity as acting officer or extra apparatus operator. Fill-ins will also ve done on rotating oasis with consistent 3 records kept at each engine house on an individual shift basis aS opposed to a station. By order of. es CeBiliten sac Q. ‘tA, Cnief eee Fire Uepartment POW: 11a “HELP SAVE LIFE AND PROPERTY BY PREVENTING FIRES”
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 30

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  • Text: City OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of FIRE 46 COURTLAND ST.,S. E. Atlanta, Georgia ao P.O. WILLIAMS CHIEF ijemo to: All Personnel From: Chief of Fire Jepartment Subject: AReiteration of Fire Department Policies Fire vepartment officers saail aduress the firemen under their command by their surnames. Firemen shall adaress tacir supcrior officers or acting officers vy rank. Qualified mea will oe assigned on a rotating vasis to the capacity as acting officer or extra apparatus operator. Fill-ins will also oe done on rotating sasis with consistent records kept at each engine house on an individual shift pasis aS cppoSed to a station. By order of. Wl ( : lL Ct-4 pte P.O. wILLIA.S, Cotef Atlanta Fire Jepartment POW: 11a “HELP SAVE LIFE AND PROPERTY BY PREVENTING FIRES”
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 45

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  • Text: TABLE II SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATION WEIGHTS AND PHASES ORAL TNG SCHOOL WRITTEN EXAM AVERAGE EXAM Fire Apparatus Operator (Appointed by Chief) Fire Rescue Lieutenant (Appointed by Chief) Fire Lieutenant 25% 25% 50% Fire Captain 70% 30% Fire Battalion Chief 70% 30% Fire Training Chief 35% 30% 35% Deputy & First Deputy Fire Chief 100% Fire Investigator I 50% 50% Fire Investigator II 100% Fire Marshal 100% Fire Dispatcher (Qualified by Fire Alarm Superintendent) Because of the infrequency of vacancies and the specialized nature of the work requirements and examination procedures for the positions of Fire Alarm Superintendent, Fire Equipment Superintendent, Fire Dispatcher Super- visor, and Assistant Fire Equipment Superintendent will be set when such vacancies occur.
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 51

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  • Text: CITY CF ATLANTA ‘DEPARTMENT of FIRE ' 46 COURTLAND ST.,S. E. Atlanta, Georgia = pel weeds ne eh: ee
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 52

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  • Text: RULES FIRE PROMOTION BOARD CITY OF ATLANTA Revised March 1967 ll. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19, 20. 21. 22. An examination for Fire Captain will be held annually and the register established will be valid for one year. Examinations for all other classes of positions will be held when the Board deems a list necessary, and the registers es- tablished will be valid for one year. The life of such registers may be extended for an additional year if the Board deems it practical and expedient to do so. Satisfactory completion of a performance test of driving skill under the supervision of the Fire Training Chief is a prerequisite to applying for promotion to Fire Rescue Lieutenant. When a man on an eligible register for a higher position than his present class declines an assignment which would allow him to act @s an alternate for the higher position, his name will be moved down on the eligible list below the name of the man who accepts the assignment, If a qualified eligible is serving in a permanent vacancy in a temporary capacity at the time of a new examination, he will not be required to take any further examination. The Fire Alarm Superintendent will qualify men for the position of Fire Dispatcher and will furnish the Fire Promotion Board a list of qualified applicants and their grades. Non-firefighting personnel desiring to return to firefighting must serve one year as full-pay Firemen before being eligible to compete in promotional examinations. Members of the Training Division are considered to be firefighting personnel. Upon return to the Fire Department, reerployed Firemen, including those who were formerly on the eligible register for Fire Lieutenant or other promotional registers, must serve one year as full-pay firemen before being eligible to compete in promotional examinations. Seniority will be recognized by the addition to the final attained passing grade of one-half () point for each year of service in the Fire Department beyond the first five (5) years to a maximum of five (5) points in any case. For promotion to the rank of Captain and higher,seniority will be recognized by giving onc-half ('s) point for each year of service on next lower rank only, to a maximum of five (5) points. In the event of a tie in final grades after addition of seniority points, the man with the highest seniority will be placed highest on the eligible register. If seniority points are the same, the man with the highest written grade will be placed highest on the eligible register. Fire Department personnel serving in the armed forces will accrue seniority as though serving in the Fire Department. Fire Department personnel on military leeve may be given the pro- motional examination for which they are eligible and will be notified of the opening and closing dates of application for all examinations for classes to which they may apply. 23. 24. 25. Linemen, machinists, fire cquipment mechanics, and fire carpenters may be qualified by the Personnel Department from open competitive registers. Fire Department personnel who qualify may be certified ahead of others on the list if desired. Tire Department personnel may be qualified by the Personnel Department from promotional cx- aminations from within the Fire Department. A schedule of eligibility for promotion and who may apply for the various classes is shown in Table I. Examinations will be conducted according to the schedule of weights and phases listed in Table II. TABLE I SCHEDULE OF ELIGIBILITY FOR PROMOTION FOR PROMOTION TO: WHO MAY APPLY: Fire Apparatus Operator Firemen who have completed two years of service. Fire Rescue Lieutenant All fire fighting personnel who have completed five years of service in the Fire Department. Fire Dispatcher All fire fighting personnel who have completed five years of service in the Department and have had one year of service in the Signal Division of the Fire Department. Fire Lieutenant All fire fighting personnel who have completed five years of service in the Department. Fire Captain Fire Lieutenants with at least 3 years’ service as Lieutenant. Fire Drill Instructor, Chief All Fire Captains Fire Battalion Chief Fire Captains with at least 3 years' service as Captain. First Deputy & Deputy Fire Chief All Fire Battalion Chiefs Fire Investigator I All fire fighting personnel and fire dispatchers who have completed five years of service in the Fire Department. Fire Investigator II Fire Investigators with one year of service as an Investigator. Assistant Fire Marshal Fire Investigators with 3 years' service as Investigator. Fire Marshal Assistant Fire Marshals and Fire Investigators with 3 years' ser- vice.
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 62

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  • Text: J. W. PINKSTON, JR. DOUGLAS B. KENDRICK, M. D. WESTON D. BERGMAN, JR. ROBERT E. CUNDIFF FRED iM, SAUER: MARY F. WOODY, R.N. Executive Director Medical Director Assistant Director Assistant Director ‘onsultan! jAsistont. Director “a | Fe ri 9 Hospital "see November 8, 1969 P, O. Williams, Chief Atlanta Fire Department 46 Courtland Street, S.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Chief Williams: We deeply appreciate the magnificent service rendered by your Department at the time of the disastrous fire at our laundry. The special efforts of your men to keep such an extensive fire from spreading to adjacent buildings certainly helps our feelings tremendously this day. We give them all our unanimous vote of thanks. All members of our organization were most concerned for the safety of the firemen on Thursday evening. We will make every effort to see that the best possible care is given to those who were injured. Please feel free to call on us if we may be of any service to you. Sincerely, .&t J. W. Pinkston, Jr. Executive Director Copy to Mayor Ivan Allen
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 50

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  • Text: Ciry OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of FIRE 46 COURTLAND ST.,S. E. Atlanta, Georgia P.O. WILLIAMS . CHIEF August 15, 1969 iigmo to: Ali Personnel Fron: Cnief of Fire vapartment Subject: xeiteration of Fire Department Policies Fire Uepartment officers Saail aduress tae firemen under their command by their surnames. Firemen shall aduress tieir superior officers or acting officers vy raiik. Qualified men will Se assigned on a rotating vasis to the capacity as acting officer or extra apparatus operator. Fill-ins will also oe done on rotating oasis with consistent records kept at cach engine house on an individual snift basis aS cppodSed to a station. By order of. sl (¢{ [tlhe era ae P.O. WILLIAS, Crief Atlanta Fire vepartnent POW: 11a “HELP SAVE LIFE AND PROPERTY BY PREVENTING FIRES"
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 63

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  • Text: Fire Chief City of Atlanta 46 Courtland Street Ss. E. Atlanta, Georgia Dear Sir: last night, we thought we were having « fire in our building when our alarm box sounded. As it turned out, this was a false alarn. We would like to express our appreciation to the firemen of Station 29 who responded to our call in such a quick ani courteous manner. We were all quite alarmed at the time and thankful to learn , there was no fire. We appreciate your good service. Sincerely, Residents of 430 Lindbergh Drive N. E. "A" Building ee: Mayor Ivan Allen Fire Station 29
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 1

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  • Text: BOXES = eS < cal < FIRE GIVES LARGE INTRODUCTION This report covers a short study of fire alarm boxes for 10 of the 11 largest cities in the State. This evaluation covers the effectiveness of the fire alarm box as part of the ‘communication system for fire calls. Box coverage per 1,000 population is compared to total boxes in each city. Further comparison is made with false alarms to total alarms received through the fire alarm boxes in each city. GMA wishes to acknowledge the rapid response of Fire Chiefs Carl Callaway, Thomas Eberhart, J. G. Fitzgerald, C. W. Ford, Dewey B. Foster, J. M. Kidd, A. D. Nixon, J. R. Parham, W. A. Register and Howard C. Schaffer, also the fire department staffs of each city who kindly completed this information and provided their many combined years of experience in the evaluation of this communication device. Equal appreciation goes to the entire GMA Staff who individually contributed to the development of this report. It is intended that this brief yet concise piece of basic information will con- tribute to improved effectiveness in municipal fire service. W. Elmer George, Jerry A. Singer Executive Director Director of Research May, 1969 FIRE ALARM BOX USE A Survey of Georgia's Largest Cities The fire chiefs of Georgia's ten largest elties eaves the continued use of fire alarm boxes. Although false alarm rates are high the boxes are still considered the most effective and fastest means of communication to a fire department. The many valid calls received through the fire boxes result in the saving of lives ‘and property value. This leaves the false alarms in the necessary nuisance category. =TOTAL ALARMS (Fire Boxes ) =FALSE ALARMS (Fire Boxes) 320 160 The survey revealed suggestions that boxes be removed from residential areas. Another area in which fire alarm boxes do not appear useful are certain industries with private alarm and sprinkler systems in use. Several chiefs feel the conversion to a telephone alarm system might be better, but the costs are prohibitive. Savannah uses such a system through which the fire department, police department, or an ambulance can be summoned. For 212 such boxes, Savannah pays a yearly rental of $11,448. According to a report by the International City Managers’ Association, the proper placing of fire alarm boxes in a city is important in effective fire control and in reducing false dlaruds" Downtown office buildings are high value areas in which telephones cannot be reached at night. It is recommended that fire boxes be placed at two block intervals. High life hazard areas, such as schools, nursing homes, and hospitals, should be adequately covered. Fire boxes should be removed from residential areas where telephones are numerous. Slum areas are an obvious exception, since there are few available télephones. According to the National Fire Protective Association 10% of all fires in the United States account for 90% of all property damage loss. It appears that the high value areas are most in need of easily reached fire alarm boxes. This is further substan- tiated by the assigning of deficiency points by the American Insurance Association. Concerning fire alarm boxes, the AIA assigns a maximum of 20 points for residential areas, 67 points for principal business districts and 40 points for other high value areas. Some cities have greatly reduced their percentage of false alarms by various means. Washington, D. C. reduced false alarms 45% in one month through an intensive education project with the public school children. Publicity given to the arrest and conviction of a few false alarm violators successfully reduced the overall false alarms in one city. Arrest of the guilty was a result of cameras placed on three of the city's fire alarm boxes. SByas Norfolk, Virginia found that 51% of all false alarms were placed on the weekends when children were out of school. Relocation of certain boxes greatly reduced the false alarms. To receive the largest benefit from fire alarm boxes -- Consider: . 1. What area needs the protection of fire boxes? 2. Where can fire boxes be eliminated and relocated? To reduce the percentage of false alarms -- Determine: 1. Which boxes are most affected? 2. In those areas with most false alarms are telephones nearby? 3. Would these high false alarm boxes be more effective in another part of town? Another valid consideration might be the boxes in use per 1,000 population. Use the following charts to see how your city compares. 1 peleaniba Exeluded. “upine Alarm Communtcattons", Management Information Service. (Report 287) December 1967. SrTbid 2 " ' § Boxes per 1,000 population | sexog wuele 3 127 4126 85 64 43° 37 37 33 32 POPULATION 135. (THOUSANDS ) IF COST IS ADDITIONAL TO ANY OF NAME OF NO. VALID PREVIOUS CITY FIRE CALLS WHO DOES COSTS, STATE & ANSWERED CITY PAY HOW MUCH IS NO, FIRE NO. OF AS RESULT COST OF FIRE FOR RENTAL PAID PER YEAR ALARM BOXES FIRE OF FIRE ALARM BOXES ARE BOXES OF FIRE FOR LINE IN CITY CALLS ALARM BOX LO CL LY. RENTED? ALARM LINES? RENTAL Albany. 154 29 $145.00, $190.00 No City Owned - 127 Auxiliary Side or Master Box Athens 41 LT $200.00 Varies No - - 75 Augusta 84 . 45 $34,236.72 Annual Yes None None 210 Columbus 394 152 $200.00 No None None 241 East Point 302 182 $172.50 No None - 190 Macon 366 323 $250.00 (Box Only) No None None 182 Marietta 106 39 $250.00 No None - 172 Rome 84 26 $250.00 No - None AS Savannah 157 89 - Yes Telephone Co. $4.50 per 212 (Year mo. per box (Street 1968) $11,448 per Boxes) yr. Valdosta 83 15 $243.30 No None None 98 City Owned COMMENTS "I feel every means possible should be used for the public to summon help in an emergency such as fire. Alarm boxes have been used for other emer- gencies other than fires. I think they are necessary. The most efficient emergency alarm equipment for the general public are emergency telephone boxes, but they are too expensive for most fire departments to install and the recurring charges are too high." "It is necessary to properly maintain the system that carries the fire alarm boxes, service them and test them often. I know of no better way to have a fire alarm system." "Fire constitutes the most destructive force encountered in an Urban Community. And yet, it is the most easily controlled when dealt with in its incipient stages. The general public can sound a Fire Alarm quickly and easily by operating the PULL LEVER on the alarm box. A coded signal automatically flashes to the Fire Department in seconds. Complete fire defences are responding immediately. We very definitely need them and they are effective even with the rate of False Alarms." "A Municipal Fire Alarm System is reliable means of notifying a fire department that a fire emergency exists. There are two basic elements in the communication requirements of a modern fire department: (a) An effective system of rapid communications between the operating units of the department. (b) The devices which provide for prompt reporting of fires to the department upon discovery. (A) It is necessary for fire department officers to be able to communicate rapidly with the officers in charge of individual fire commands. These officers in turn must keep in touch with fire headquarters. A means of calling off-duty firemen to duty with minimum delay when emergency demands. It is also desir- able that the communications system permit a fire department to contact de- partments in neighboring communities. For these various purposes all forms of communication are used in one way or another, including radio, telephone and telegraphic equipment and messenger, service. (B) The second basic element of fire department communications is the provision of means whereby a person discovering a fire may promptly report it to the fire department, utilizes the telephone, and the municipal street box fire alarm system. The American Insurance Association grading schedule assigns the communication and fire alarm system five hundred fifty of 5,000 possible deficiency points, There =sB< is some questions whether such a high percentage of the total points should be assigned to the street box system and related equipment, the purpose of the grading schedule is to measure factors involved in large fires or con- flagrations. Actual fire experience shows that delayed alarms have resulted in many important fires in the large loss class. Street fire alarm box systems are used in three out of five communities of - more than 5,000 population in some areas of the United States. This ratio is much higher in some parts of the country where 9 out of 10 cities of more than 5,000 population have fire alarm systems. Fire department communications and public fire alarm systems are supplemented by private fire alarm and supervisory systems. Before a city discontinues their fire alarm system they should determine the effect removal will have on fire insurance rates within the city. Compare cost of leased service and municipal owned systems. The effect of delayed alarms." "TI do not think that there is any faster or more positive means for a depart- ment to receive and respond to an alarm. However, I feel that if we could cut out the unnecessary street boxes, this would definitely cut down on our false alarms, as over 50% of our box alarms in 1968 were false." "In determining a city's classification according to American Insurance Assoc- iation we must have fire alarm boxes. Due to the number of false alarms, I'm sure there must be a better way. Yes, this is a needed thing." "We do need fire alarm boxes. They are effective. There is no better way. American Insurance Association requirement." "Under the present insurance grading schedule, it is almost mandatory to have fire alarm boxes to achieve a low base insurance rating. For the transmission of fire alarms, they are effective. But, in my opinion, the high cost of procurement, installation and maintenance for the number of valid alarms transmitted does not justify the expense, taking into consideration that the majority of homes and business areas have telephone service. Also, most cities have police patrol cars with radios at all times for transmission of fire calls." "I think the fire alarm box in our residential areas is becoming less effective each year, because the number of alarms is gradually getting smaller each year. Also, many of the residents do not know the location of their nearest alarm box because they depend on the telephone for reporting fires. I do think that our buildings with automatic sprinkler and other systems should have an alarm box connected with the fire department for several reasons which I will not go into. I think we could have a better system but it would be expensive to make the change over." "The telephone fire alarm system, in my opinion, is most effective in that the exact locations of fires and what is burning can be reported with fire equipment being dispatched accordingly. Phones in the fire alarm boxes are also used for emergencies other than fire such as for police, ambulance, etc." = 10 =
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Box 1, Folder 14, Document 19

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  • Text: ASSIGNMENT TO REGULAR POSTTION: ° o . AW = GP w i Ore VEOANDAMED GT Carol Wood Livingston hiver Henley Worsham Willingham Morris Jones Nollie Nash J, Burge, Steno. Martha J. Ray, Typist R. W. Tinker J. A. Smith B. L. Brammer P, R. Pace Cc. L. Reese J. R. Hardy G. L. Winfrey D. L. Guy G,. A. Maner J. A. Prince J. E. Jones, Bldg. Cust, P. A. Chovan Cc. E. White Sanford Cameron RE-EMPLOYMENTS: K. W. Bigos = » House Gibson Oran Cw=ear MILITARY Go < Oo ie) McCoy, Auto Mech, Snith LEAVE REQUESTS: Robinson Bradley Harris ATTACHMENT #1 Effective 5-27-69 u 5-27-69 " 6-3-69 " 6=-3-69 " 6={3-69 ay 6-3-69 tt 6-5-69 i 6-5-69 u 6-7-69 " 6-7-69 " 6-9-69 " 6-9-69 m 6-11-69 " 6-11-69 i 6-17-69 At 6-17-69 " 6-17-69 Te 6-17-69 uy 6-18-69 ‘Y 6-19-69 IY 6-19-69 " 6-19-69 ft 6-20-69 " 7-3-69 MF 7=-8-69 a 7-9-69 Effective 6-3-69 " 6-5-69 Uy. 6-12-69 a 6-24.69 uw 7-9-69 Effective 5-22-69 " 6-4=-69 " 6-6-69 Total - 26 Total = 5 Total - 3 EE Nathaniel Maddox, #16 Se Cy Peter F. A. Le. By H. WwW. Se La, Ay W. L. Rs Ss M. OD. arao RETURNED FROM MILITARY D, Ae Millar Cc. A. Noel W. E. Coker L. R. Atchley R. E. Stephens S. E. Tolbert RESIGNATIONS: Cooper, #15 Sheller, #1 Smith, #33 Burkett, #8 Mills, #13 Adams, #5 Smith, #18 Yancey, #30 Kemp, #11 Marbut, #23 Kelley, #12 Leothus Slaughter, P, A. Re 'G. J, M. J. Te. Cleveland, #23 Copeland, #24 Wallace, #25 Odom III, #30 DISMISSALS: Ci R. G F L Jones, #31 Buchanan, #22 Henley, #8 Winfrey, #12 ATTACHMENT #2 LEAVE: Effective 6-16-69 #5 Effective mt Effective ! mt w mT 6-25-69 7-1-69 7-5-69 7-11-69 7-15-69 5-26-69 5-26-69 5-28-69 G-1-69 6-56-69 6-7-69 6-15-69 6-21-69 6-24-69 6-27-59 6-27-69 6-27-69 6-29-59 6-30-69 7-3-69 7-8-69 7-15-69 6-5-69 6-6-69 6-11-69 7-3-69 Total - 6 Total - 17 Total - 4
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