City of Oshkosh Police and Fire Commission Select New Fire Chief

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The City of Oshkosh Police and Fire Commission has selected Mike Stanley as the community’s next Fire Chief. 

Stanley is currently a Commander with Aurora Fire Rescue in Aurora, Colorado. 

City Manager Mark Rohloff commented on the news saying  “I am pleased with the Police and Fire Commission’s decision to select Mike. The Commission and Citizen Panels recognized Mr. Stanley’s proven record in Fire and Emergency Response Management, and his demonstrated commitment to the highest levels of community service.”

Stanley has over 20 years of emergency services experience, and over 10 years as a supervisory and command level officer. 

Stanley commented on his excitement on his new career saying “I am honored to be selected by the Police and Fire Commission,” said Stanley. “I am impressed with the professionalism of the Oshkosh Fire Department. I also felt welcomed by the community while participating in the selection process. I look forward to working with all the dedicated employees of the City of Oshkosh, as well as becoming an active member of the community.”

The Police and Fire commission will formally approve and swear in Stanley prior to his June 10 start date. 

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