Paducah Fire Department

Government
10:42 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Paducah City Commission Set to Approve Union Contracts with Police and Fire Departments

Credit Lance Dennee

With four months left until contracts with the police and fire unions is set to expire, the Paducah City Commission is expecting to pass agreements with the Paducah Police Bargaining Unit and Paducah Fire Fighters Local 186.

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Government
3:52 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

Misconduct Allegations Toward Paducah Fire Captain Unfounded

Credit paducahky.gov

Paducah City Manager Jeff Pederson, Paducah Fire Chief Stephen Kyle, and Human Resources Director Cindy Medford say misconduct allegations within the Paducah Fire Dept are unfounded.

A release from the city says  no workplace policies were violated. 

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Government
12:48 pm
Mon December 30, 2013

Paducah Police/Fire Chiefs Consider Possibility of Multi-Department Building

Credit paducahky.gov

  Paducah's Police and Fire departments may consolidate facilities to operate under one roof.  

Police Chief Brandon Barnhill says he and Fire Chief Steve Kyle have been researching the idea of a joint-department facility for about five years and are now looking into how it could work for Paducah.  Barnhill says both departments are currently working out of cramped, out-dated quarters.

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Society
2:26 pm
Thu June 6, 2013

Paducah Officials Condemn Historic Downtown Building

Credit Paducah Sun

Paducah's downtown Kresge building may be set for demolition after the collapse of a large part of its roof. Paducah Fire Department Officials condemned the building this week fearing further damage might spill out onto the street. Officials said the building’s condition has been deteriorating for years and last weekend’s heavy rain only accelerated the damage. 

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Emergency Services
8:15 am
Wed June 27, 2012

Paducah gets Fire Prevention Division

paducahky.gov

Paducah Mayor Bill Paxton and city commissioners passed an ordinance last night creating a Fire Prevention Division attached to the city’s fire department. 

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