Steamboat Briefs: Struble named emergency management director
April 7, 2009
Longtime Steamboat Springs firefighter Bob Struble has been appointed Routt County’s emergency management director, county officials announced Monday. Struble, assistant fire chief with Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue, was chosen from a pool of 57 applicants.
The county’s emergency management director is responsible for development and implementation of Routt County’s emergency preparedness program, and participates in hazard identification and mitigation, and emergency and disaster response, recovery and management, according to the position’s job description.
Former Emergency Management Director Chuck Vale vacated the position in early January to take a state-level job with the Colorado Division of Emergency Management.
Struble became a volunteer Steamboat Springs firefighter 29 years ago. He became an employee of the city 20 years ago.
Musical producers looking for ushers, ticket-takers
The producers of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” are looking for volunteer ushers and ticket-takers for the Friday and Saturday performances at Steamboat Springs High School. Volunteers will work the 45 minutes leading up to the show. Volunteers also will receive a free ticket of their choice. Call Director Michael Brumbaugh at 870-4533, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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