Organizations Filed Purposes:
Public Safety Around the clock firefighting and emergency rescue and medical services for the Town of Charlotte, Vermont and the surrounding communities.
Staffed almost entirely by volunteers, the Charlotte Volunteer Fire Department provides fire suppression, hazardous material spill response and other emergency services to the Town of Charlotte, Vermont and the surrounding communities. Over 20 volunteer firefighters provided over 2,500 hours of services while responding to 142 calls.
Staffed by a mix of volunteers and paid staff, the Charlotte Volunteer Rescue Squad provides emergency medical services to the Town of Charlotte and the surrounding communities. Seven volunteer rescue squad members provided approximately 1,500 hours of volunteer services while helping to respond to 437 calls.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Robert Mullin||Deputy Chief||40||$60,658|
|Patrice Machavern||Business Manager||30||$42,197|
|Dick St George||Fire Chief||10||$3,765|
|Devin St George||Member at Large / Firefighter||7||$1,896|
|Zach Trono||Member at Large / Firefighter||4||$1,272|
|Fritz Tegatz||Treasurer / Incoming Pres. / Firefighter||4||$1,108|
|Jim Faulkner||Member at Large / Rescue Volunteer||4||$1,005|
|Jordan Paquette||Secretary / Firefighter||4||$766|
|Tom Cosinuke||President / Fire & Rescue Volunteer||10||$406|
|Meg Gilbertson||Vice President / Rescue Volunteer||7||$150|
|Julian Kulski||Community Liaison||2||$0|
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