San Bernardino County Fire Department Reviews
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Stalked down 62 Hwy
I have had lots of trouble with state and fire and community employees. Stop telling them I am an enemy of the state. Today May 14, 2018, I was driving down the 62 Hwy and this guy was following me and watching me as I drove. I tried to ignore him but he followed me into the parking lot anyway and parked kitty corner to me. He sat in his truck with the fire information on it and watched me in my car, get out of my car and waited until I went in the store. He was looking me up on his phone with his apps and websites. He saw a woman (me) that might have something going for her. I told him to leave me alone. There was another skinny guy in the parking lot watching me because when I told that to leave me alone, I sprayed at the car. The second little guy was taking pictures of me and I took pictures of him while he was taking pictures of me. He kept giving me the finger. Why? Because in his brain, he had no idea what transpired between me and the fire guy. He did not see that fire guy harassing me in the parking lot earlier. All he saw was me telling that fire guy to leave me alone. I collected his license plate numbers as well. I am tired of being messed with by your employees and their buddies and their friends. Two of them stalking me in the parking lot. You can have both license plate numbers anytime. I am willing to talk to you anytime. All you have to do is let me know and I will get my people and you get your people. THIS HAS GOT TO STOP IMMEDIATELY My email address is beautifulever926@***.com
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Reason of review
I am tired of being stalked
STOP STALKING ME AND WATCHING ME AND FOLLOWING ME.
Havasu Lake Fire Station 18
How is it that the City of Needles, with a population of less than 5,000 residents (and not expected to grow any more than that in the next five years) can afford a new $4.3 million dollar fire station with only the FP-5 Helendale/Silver Lakes = $143.92 x 2,769 = $398,514 parcel tax contribution. Also add to that the cost per year to man a single fire station at $1.6 million according to San Bernardino County Fire Chief Mark A. Hartwig. The City of Needles could get help (Mutual Aid) from neighboring communities such as Fort Mohave, AZ or Laughlin, NV, if required, (just like Big River and Black Meadow Landing gets from Parker, AZ). It doesn't need a second Fire Station. Two fire stations, (Fire Station 31 & Fire Station 32) for less than 5,000 people. It doesn't make any sense to me and it shouldn't to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors either. Especially since Greg Devereaux, San Bernardino County CEO, Mark A. Hartwig, Fire Chief/Fire Warden, San Bernardino County Fire District, John Chamberlin, San Bernardino County Fire Department Battalion Chief, Thomas E Marshall, Battalion Chief, San Bernardino County Fire Department, and Robert A. Lovingood, San Bernardino County First District Supervisor have all conspired to screw the property owners and residents of Havasu Lake, Population of *5,471 Demographic data based on 2000 Census, (est population today is 6,000 and is expected to grow to 6,500 within five years) (FP-6 Havasu Lake = $127.74 x 2,769 = $353,712 parcel tax contribution) by severely restricting the fire and emergency personal in the Havasu Lake community to the Landing, (Indian Land). With the knowledge and approval from Greg Devereaux, Mark A. Hartwig, Thomas E Marshall, and Robert A. Lovingood, Mr. John Chamberlin, in October 2015 at an annual HOA secret meeting, (no one outside of the landing was invited, it was not posted anywhere in Havasu Lake, nor was any announcement made in the Havasu Sun publication owned and run by the Havasu Lake firebells who put the speaker, Mr. John Chamberlin on the annual HOA agenda) put together a backroom deal to restricted the Havasu Lake (Fire Station 18) fire and emergency personal to the Landing because of the $11,700.00 per year that the San Bernardino County Fire agency receives from the Indian Tribe to provide emergency and medical services to the Indian Lands. By severely restricting the fire and emergency personal in Havasu Lake, Fire Station 18 to the landing, (Indian Land) the San Bernardino County Fire agency has subjected themselves to huge "Negligence," Dereliction of Duty and Gross Incompetence lawsuits. There have been well over 20 calls for fire and emergency personal to Havasu Lake Fire Station 18 (outside of the landing) since the HOA meeting restricting the fire and emergency personal to the landing, that have gone unanswered by Havasu Lake Fire Station 18 and or any other fire station so far this year. So for $11,700.00 per year paid by the Indian Tribe, (for fire and emergency protection on Indian Lands) the property owners and residents who pay $353,712 parcel tax or more per year are screwed and get NO fire and emergency protection from the Havasu Lake fire station 18. Pretty ***, but a very good court case of Negligence, Dereliction of Duty and Gross Incompetence if it were to go to trial...
Reason of review
Poor customer service
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