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Provide personnel with the necessary support, encouragement, skills, and tools for safe and effective job performance.

Operate in the most efficient and fiscally responsible manner possible within available resources.

Provide a healthy, happy, empowered, enthusiastic workplace free of harassment and discrimination.

Be recognized as an outstanding resource to the community to enhance the quality of life.

Foster a management/labor/volunteer/community partnership.

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Wondering how a Benefit Charge would impact you? Below is an example of the average single family home in our District. This property owner would have saved $110.02 in 2020 if a Benefit Charge was in effect. The Benefit Charge rate is calculated based on specific property factors and will vary from property to property.

We encourage you to email BenefitCharge@GrahamFire.org to see the impact to your property.

Learn more by visiting: grahamfire.org/benefit-charge/
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Wondering how a Benefit Charge would impact you? Below is an example of the average single family home in our District. This property owner would have saved $110.02 in 2020 if a Benefit Charge was in effect. The Benefit Charge rate is calculated based on specific property factors and will vary from property to property. 

We encourage you to email BenefitCharge@GrahamFire.org to see the impact to your property.

Learn more by visiting: https://grahamfire.org/benefit-charge/

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It’d be nice if there was more information on your formula... Looks like I’ll have to pay more due to response factor raising risk factor since I’m on the last road you service. I doubt a benefit charge will improve response time to my house AND increase cost for nothing. It’s a hard NO from me.

I voted yes for proposition 1. Not only will it save my family money, it allows the fire department to continue its amazing service.

I really wish this was explained better. I wish you luck.

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We are working for you, protecting OUR community. πŸš’πŸš‘ #YourSafetyIsOurPriority ... See MoreSee Less

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We are working for you, protecting OUR community. πŸš’πŸš‘ #YourSafetyIsOurPriority

#MemberMonday- Learn more about our funding future by visiting www.grahamfire.org/benefit-charge ... See MoreSee Less

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#MemberMonday- Learn more about our funding future by visiting www.grahamfire.org/benefit-charge

Firefighters are clearing the scene and Merdian Ave is back open after a vehicle accident in the 26900 block. 2 patients were evaluated with minor injuries. The roads are wet. Please be extra cautious and increase your following distance. #YourSafetyIsOurPriority ... See MoreSee Less

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Firefighters are clearing the scene and Merdian Ave is back open after a vehicle accident in the 26900 block. 2 patients were evaluated with minor injuries. The roads are wet. Please be extra cautious and increase your following distance. #YourSafetyIsOurPriority

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I'd like to know how they got that gurney across the ditch and how they plan to get it back loaded.

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3 people were on the plane at the time of the crash in #puyallup. 1 student pilot, 1 rider, and 1 instructor. The plane lost complete power and the instructor took over the controls and landed the plane in an empty parking lot. πŸ‘ The occupants were able to walk away without injuries thanks to the heroic landing by the instructor. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 people were on the plane at the time of the crash in #Puyallup. 1 student pilot, 1 rider, and 1 instructor. The plane lost complete power and the instructor took over the controls and landed the plane in an empty parking lot. πŸ‘  The occupants were able to walk away without injuries thanks to the heroic landing by the instructor.

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Glad to hear everyone walked away injury free.

Great piloting skills in two failed engines in two days near Thun Field. No one hurt on ground and only minor injuries to one person! Thanks for God's part and all those practices of "engine out"!

When I saw them cutting the wing off that precious little plane I cried.someone needs to be held responsible for.destroying it.and for risking the lives of those inside.i hate negligence.i still believe it's the fuel bought at that airport.

Good job instructor way to go glad you guys are okay

Two planes in the same week from the same airport suddenly malfunctioning and crashing. Something Sus about this

Two in a couple of days! That's not good! Did that one take off from Thin Field too?

Could fuel from the airport be contaminated? Hmm πŸ€”

Didn’t the last one lose power too? What the heck is happening

Puyallup be like...

Student pulls red knob and everything goes quiet.. instructor is like.. hold my beer, I got this!

I shouldn’t have put the vibes out there! ❀️🐿 Glad everyone is OK!

Someone needs to check the fuel sold at that airport

I want to know whos messing with the planes at thunfeild

Oh wow that's awesome that no one was hurt. Geez it sure could had went the other way fast. Praise the Lord.

How does this keep happening?

Great Job!!!!!!!!

This isn’t making me very comfortable being that I am in the flight path of Thun field. 2 crashes in 3 days.....bad avgas?

Another one?! Whoa! Glad no one was hurt.

Is this ANOTHER crash? What the heck! Where was this one?

Someone is sus af.

We’re both these planes out of Thun Field by chance?

Thank you graham response team!! And blessed the instructor knew what to do! Now someone investigate what is going on at the airfield because this is to much of a coincidence for most of us that live in the area with aircraft’s dropping out of the sky!!

Great job to the instructor! πŸ™πŸ»

I feel like someone is tampering with those planes! It makes no sense that this is the 2nd one to loose power in just this last week!

Graham Fire Rescue Thanks for responding and everyone was okay!

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#HappeningNow- Graham Firefighters and Paramedics are at scene of plane crash, 18700 block of 187th St E in #puyallup. 3 people were on board when the plane lost power and crashed into a parking lot. All 3 occupants were able to walk away without injuries. #planecrash ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

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Another one?

Another one??? Hmmm what’s going on with these small planes? Who inspects them?

Mandy Ahearn

So lucky. Thank God.

Jacob Redmond two in Pierce county in two days

This is the second one in two days!

Chandra Jahnke the video i seen earlier.... and thought it was the one yesterday and kept scrolling. 2 in 2 freakin days . Wtf

Oh wow! This is crazy!

megan

Shar Winterholler this is the one by our house from the other day

Esmeralda Gastelum another one.... the hell is going on with planes back home ??

Jesus Sandoval

Carter

Carolyn Nartnik

Megan Montgomery

Lynsey Lattin

Leinathan Nong

Debbie Shelby

Claudia Ragab

Valerie Eirelav

Jessica Hippensteal wtf!!!

Ma Carmela Tiodianco Moreno

Melissa Sprowl Thomas Vancour Joe Van Cour

Momo Kubs

Roy Mathews

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