Pigeon Valley Fires

Alan Thompson made this Official Information request to Fire and Emergency New Zealand

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From: Alan Thompson

Dear Fire and Emergency New Zealand,

The Pigeon Valley Fire in Tasman occurred on the 5th of February 2019. In a previous OIA response FENZ advised the following expenses were incurred:
External Fire Fighting Services ($1,485,243)
Employee payment ($1,027,048)
Volunteer Payments ($697,060).

Please provide the following additional information re these costs:
1. What were the services that were coded as “External Firefighting Services” and who provided these services?
2. What comprised the “Payments to Employees” that were coded to these costs?
3. How many Volunteers were paid in the form of a “Re-imbursement” and what was the total of the Re-imbursement payments?
4. How many Volunteers were paid in the form of an hourly rate and what was the total of these payments?
5. How many hours of helicopter time were charged to this fire?
6. Provide a list of FENZ payments make to individual forest owners who attended the Pigeon Valley fire?
7. What FENZ payment, if any, was made to Department of Conservation for attendance at the Pigeon Valley fire?
8. How many FENZ Fire Appliance/Tanker hours was there in the response to this fire and what is the cost for this response?

Yours faithfully,

Alan Thompson

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From: Robinson, Louise
Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Dear Alan
This is to acknowledge receipt of your information request.
In accordance with section 15 of the Official Information Act 1982 we will try to respond to your request as soon as possible and in any event no later than 20 working days after the day your request was received.
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Louise

Louise Robinson
Ministerial Services Coordinator, Executive & Ministerial Services
Office of the Chief Executive

 
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