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    Recently I believe I received the '10 questions' email. Starts out with the "If you are selected for a grant award....." The email also includes questions relating to the Modifications to Fire Stations & Fire Facilities, i.e, Historical Preservation and Flood Plain due to our application including the request for funding for a vehicle exhaust system.

    My question is how do I respond? Reply via email or print out and mail?

    At the bottom it gives an address and it says the information should be mailed but it looks like it reads as though it should be only mailed if I have anything required of us (pictures) to send if it's tied in with the Historical Preservation questions, of which we do not meet those requirements.

    Any help or information would be greatly appreciated!
    Ryan A. Zerbe
    Assistant Chief
    Womelsdorf Volunteer Fire Company
    Home of "Barney's Bandits" and the "Route 422 Express"
    www.womelsdorffire.com

  • #2
    With the grants that we have received in the past, I just replied back to the sender via e-mail.

    Congrats!!
    Stay Safe!

    Scott
    Bellona Vol. Fire Co.

    "There are three kinds of people, those that learn by reading; the few that learn by observation and the ones that have to pee on the electric fence for themselves." - anon.

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    • #3
      Barney,

      I have been through the process for station modifications in regards to the vehicle exhaust system. In regards on how to send your answers to the 10 q's, do it by e-mail. All I have done in the past is hit "reply" answered the individual questions and sent them off. Never had a problem.

      With respect to the historical q's (flood plain didn't apply to us). If your station(s) are over 50 years old you will have to supply pictures. This will include exterior shots and interior shots (apparatus bay). This will have to be done even if the community does not consider the station(s) historical. I sent the pictures as a seperate e-mail.

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      • #4
        Barney, when did you receive the questions?

        And the other two guys are correct as usual, replying back in the email is easiest.
        Brian P. Vickers
        www.vickersconsultingservices.com
        Emergency Services Consulting
        Westlake VFD - Houston, TX
        Proud Member IACOJ - Redneck Division

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        • #5
          We went through this last year for an exhaust removal system. As stated earlier, simply answer the questions via email. I had to send in a letter from the local FEMA guy regarding the flood plain, because we are in a coastal area. That one I did mail in (certified) and made note of it in the reply email. There were no issues. Good Luck.
          Glenn Rainey
          Colington Fire Department
          Dare County, North Carolina
          The Outer Banks

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          • #6

            We recieved are Q's today for an exhaust system. Waiting on codes office to reply with letter to make review process faster. Happy Happy Joy Joy!!!!
            Always confident, ever vigilant.

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            • #7
              Thanks for the helpful replies. According to my email, I received it at 0953 today.
              Ryan A. Zerbe
              Assistant Chief
              Womelsdorf Volunteer Fire Company
              Home of "Barney's Bandits" and the "Route 422 Express"
              www.womelsdorffire.com

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              • #8
                Also had a question regarding the market value questions. We have received some #s from a local real estate agent, based on square footage, etc. How did you guys go about these questions?
                Ryan A. Zerbe
                Assistant Chief
                Womelsdorf Volunteer Fire Company
                Home of "Barney's Bandits" and the "Route 422 Express"
                www.womelsdorffire.com

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                • #9
                  I don't recall the market value as a question back in 2003. I'd have to check my files, but I'm not back to the station until Friday. Hopefully, some one more current can answer your question. If not , I'll let you know Friday, if that was a question I had to answer.

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                  • #10
                    We did not have to answer the market value questions, because we met the conditions set for Q1 & Q2 for the NFIP. We were not in a flood zone and the town participates in the NFIP.

                    Having a real estate agent do a market analysis would be the way to go, same thing you would do if you wanted put your home on the market.

                    I would suggest have a couple of agents do it to get an adequate value. See if there are any discrepancies (large value gap) between the two.

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