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Board Meeting

Regular Board Meeting

West Overland EMS & Fire Protection District




Date Posted:    April 9, 2021 @ 0800 hours

Location:          District Headquarters

                        10789 Midland Blvd.

                        Overland, MO  63114



Public Notice of the Regular Meeting #2403 of the Board of Directors of West Overland EMS & Fire Protection District of St. Louis County, Missouri is scheduled for Monday April 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm.


The West Overland EMS & Fire Protection District is working to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.  Individuals who require accommodations to attend a meeting should contact the District Administrative offices (314) 428-6069 forty-eight hours prior to the meeting.  Representatives of the news media may obtain copies of this notice by contacting Ellen Sendobry, (314) 428-6069.


Due to the STL County Executive Order restricting gatherings of more than 10 individuals from high risk groups, the West Overland EMS and Fire Protection District Regular Meeting will be available to the public only via teleconference. Instructions on listening through your phone or computer to the teleconference are available at www.westoverlandfire.org or a scheduled Zoom meeting.


West Overland is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.


Topic: Regular Board of Directors Meeting

Time: Apr 12, 2021 04:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)


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1.              Call Meeting To Order

2.              Pledge of Allegiance

3.              Amendments to Agenda and Approval

4.              Approval of Previous Board Minutes

5.              Public Comment

6.              Treasurer’s Report

a.      March Financial Report (Rognan and Associates)

7.              Correspondence

8.              Chief’s Report

9.              Old Business

10.            New Business

11.            Shop Steward Report

12.            Assistant Fire Chief/Medical Officer Report

13.            Fire Marshal’s Report

14.            Good & Welfare

15.            Closed Session


                                 CLOSED SESSION AGENDA

      The Tentative Agenda of this meeting also includes a vote to close part of this meeting pursuant to 610.021 RSMO for discussion pursuant to:


( )         Section 610.021 (1) Legal actions, causes of action, or litigation involving a public governmental body or its representatives and attorneys;


( )         Section 610.021 (2) Leasing, purchase or sale of real estate;


( )         Section 610.021 (3) Hiring, firing, or promoting an employee of a public governmental body or when personal information about the employee is discussed or recorded;


( )         Section 610.021 (9) Preparation, including any discussion or work product, on behalf of a public governmental body, or its representatives for negotiations with employee groups; 


( )         Section 610.021 (11) Specifications for competitive bidding, until either the specifications are officially approved by the public governmental body or the specifications are published for bid;


( )         Section 610.021 (12) Sealed bids and related documents, until the bids are opened; and sealed proposals and related documents or any documents related to a negotiated contract until a contract is executed, or all proposals are rejected;


( )         Section 610.021 (14) Records which are protected from disclosure by law.


1.              Approval of Closed Session Agenda

2.              Approval of Prior Minutes

3.              Possible Litigation

4.              Land Acquisition

5.              Contracts


Adjournment – Next Meeting: Monday April 19, 2021 @ 4:30 pm



Open burning

A reminder to our residents…..


It shall be unlawful for any person to openly burn wood shavings, leaves,

rubbish, trash, garbage, treated and/creosoted wood or of any other material

within the city limits of St. Ann, except that the burning of natural

uncontaminated tree wood shall be permitted as follows:


-The open burning of wood is prohibited except where said burning is

done in an appropriate container, appliance or fireplace structure that is

designed and intended to be used for the purpose of wood burning, and has

a base dimension no greater than sixteen (16) sq. ft.


1.  Setbacks shall be as follows:

-Twenty-five (25) feet from a structure or combustible material.

-Twenty-five (25) feet from a property line on lots greater than

20,000 square feet in area.

-Fifteen (15) feet from a property line on lots not greater than

20,000 square feet


2.  The property owner, tenant or other responsible adult shall constantly

supervise the burning at all times.


3.  When open burning creates an air pollution problem, a nuisance

condition, fire hazard or when atmospheric conditions are unfavorable for

burning or when a public air quality warning is posted, said burning shall

immediately cease and the fire and embers extinguished.


4.   Bonfires for public or private events or for recreational purposes on

public or private property shall only be allowed by special permit from the

City of St. Ann and the appropriate fire district.


Gregory S. Vogel


10789 Midland Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63114

Transport Policy

Effective immediately

The West Overland EMS and Fire Protection District and its Board of Directors has issued an Emergency Declaration with regard to ambulance transport. This declaration allows EMS personnel to choose transport to the closest appropriate hospital in the event of a natural disaster, pandemic, periods of civil unrest, inclement weather or situations that may arise, necessitating the need for the ambulance personnel to effectively return to the District and respond to additional calls for service. EMS personnel will transport to one of four facilities. The hospitals of choice are DePaul, Mercy Creve Coeur, Missouri Baptist and Barnes West County. Individual calls may be evaluated on a case by case basis. Should a specialty resource be required, or as determined by paramedic discretion, the patient may be transported to an appropriate facility.