Thursday, August 31, 2017

Wicomico County Fire Chiefs Being Misled By Bob Culver



Having the wool being pulled over their eyes would be an understatement for the Wicomico County Fire Chiefs Association. The announcement that they don't agree with the fire service agreement between the City and County stems from one thing .Bob Culver's lies.

Bob has continuously only produced documents to them that do not have the signature of Jake Day the Mayor of Salisbury. He has shown them prelim maps from early talks, again with no signature.  Bob Culver is in seriously hot water and should be looking for legal papers headed his way.


20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Baby Bob isn't going to be around very long.

Anonymous said...

Do we have a list of these members? Are there Administrators like Presidents or Vice Presidents of the County Fire Chiefs Association? Can we get names out? It seems as if they are making ill advised decisions potentially causing us, the tax payers, money.

Anonymous said...

All you have to do is ask.

Anonymous said...

The fire chiefs are now accusing Bobbyboi of lying, so what's that all about?

Anonymous said...

He looks like Cyrano de Bergerac

Anonymous said...

President Joe Morris (Delmar 74)
Vise President Marty Skarson (Delmar 74)

Anonymous said...

Bob can't tell the truth if his life was on the line he's just a liar and it's noticeable more every day.

Anonymous said...

Bob is an evil man

Anonymous said...

Bob is an evil man

Anonymous said...

On several occasions Culver has lied and given misleading or fake documents to the chiefs without the signature of Mayor Day. This includes the map that's floating around without the Mayor Days signature he says he's never seen or talked to Culver about. That's because it's fake. Culver at one of the chiefs meetings presented the map stating Day is on board with this so we can move forward. Luckily the chiefs aren't stupid and picked up on the fact Day's signature was not on the paper. Providing false documents seems to be something Culver is good at these days and lying.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Taylor I see a letter on Albero sbynews sight I disagree with written from WCFCA. Being a long time volunteer fire chief for many years in Wicomico county I can tell you that county chiefs have never decided response territories ever. The 2 or 3 chiefs involved always worked together if and when changes were made not all the county chiefs making up the chiefs association. Looks to me this is a power play by the chiefs to all of a sudden have perceived power over a situation they do not have. Way back when as towns felt a need for a fire station the adjacent chiefs sat down to establish boundaries called territory. Never once to my knowledge did the chiefs ever make such a decision of coarse years ago we had better men than today who worked things out like adults not the children of today. When I was a child Salisbury covered the entire county or went to assist departments. Years ago there were few departments in Wicomico county not like today. To my knowledge there is nothing in writing giving the chiefs association any authority to make a decision on what territories as department will have. I would imagine if other chiefs started changing territories for departments there would be one heck of an up rise. Departments are very territorial over the area they cover never willing to give up any or allow the next department to come into their territory without notifying that chief. Something of that nature would happen from bad directions given by the caller alerting a call for the territory.
Sheldon W.

Anonymous said...

5:41,

If the chiefs picked up on Culver's BS, then why do they support the Station 13 buffoons?

Anonymous said...

All of a sudden the county fire chiefs have perceived power thinking they control fire districts well I'm sorry but they do not. No where will you find anything in writing giving them the authority to make fire district changes. Forever it has been left up to the fire chiefs involved to determine districts or changes to districts among themselves. For instance if road ABC was closer to district A district chief and district B chief would meet to discuss making the decision on their own. Honestly its a give and take I'll give you this if I can have that just how it works.

Anonymous said...

I hope the county members rip Culver a new one. He probably wont even show up that's about his style right now. What ever he will answer to the council at some point.

Anonymous said...

Job well done JT.Now would be a good time for you to remove yourself from the picture,or at least temporarily.The groundwork has been sufficiently laid.Thank you for your efforts.

Anonymous said...

It was done with Allen FD

Anonymous said...

It is you just never had to go looking for it so in your retired life now you have time so start reading county law for us thank you!

Anonymous said...

Allen FD was created after the community saw a need and reached out to Fruitland and Salisbury who was providing them service. They all worked together to create the district, train , and equip the new department.

Anonymous said...

I am a member of the fire service and Bob Culver recently told a lie to those of us sitting at our table. It was a fire department event and Bob Culver started spreading lies about certain county council members. He told us that several council members wanted to cut funding to 2 volunteer fire departments in Wicomico. We contacted those council members and found out Bob Culver was spreading lies in order to get the volunteer firefighters to turn on those council members. Bob Culver you are a dirty politician, you are a liar and a theif and I voted for you once and you won't get our votes again!

Anonymous said...

Wicomico County Fire Chiefs Assn. - Unelected and unaccountable, they have no business making any decisions of this magnitude for the citizens of Wicomico County. If the County Executive and County Council cannot work it out put it on a referendum for the voters to decide. But the way, stating the obvious the citizens of Salisbury are County voters and have a stake in this discussion.