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Message From Fire Chief Daryl Osby: August 2017

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Finding your way to public service is a calling and it does not matter which path you decide to take. Whether you are a firefighter, lifeguard, pilot, dispatcher, forester, mechanic or administrative professional, your choice to be part of the Department is a noble one and we always aim for you to succeed and grow. Just as we invest in you, we hope that you join us in our efforts to inspire others to also be part of our team.

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Message From Fire Chief Daryl Osby: July 2017

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The Los Angeles County Fire Department has a proud history of serving our residents and communities. From our front-line firefighters to our dispatchers, Prevention staff, lifeguards, nurses, and professional staff, I could not put into 140 characters or less how proud I am to lead a talented and skilled team of professionals who put our communities, residents and business owners first.

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The "Stokes Fire" burns in Calabasas on June 29, 2017. (Photo credit: ABC7)

Stokes Incident

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Current Acres Burned:  42 acres
Current Containment:  100%

At 2:57 p.m. on Thursday, June 29, County firefighters responded to a brush fire burning in a State Responsibility Area, at Mulholland Highway and Malibu Canyon Road in the City of Calabasas.  228 personnel are assigned to this ongoing incident.  Forward progress has been stopped on the brush fire.

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