Monterey Park Fire Chief Scott Haberle will be the featured guest at the “Dim Sum & Donuts” breakfast networking mixer hosted Thursday, June 23 by the Greater Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber’s bi-monthly breakfast mixer offers an opportunity for local business people to network with potential customers and meet leading members of the community. The networking event features Dim Sum, Donuts and Pan Dulce, along with coffee, tea and Juice. A $10 donation is requested.
Chief Haberle will discuss the current status of the City fire department and plans for the rebuilding of Fire Station 62 located at Garfield Avenue and Elmgate Street. The station serves the southeast section of the city.
Beginning his career with Monrovia in 1992, Haberle has held the ranks of firefighter/paramedic, fire inspector/investigator, fire captain, battalion chief and deputy fire chief. In addition to working on fire and emergency medical incident responses, Haberle has coordinated and managed a number of specialized assignments ranging from fire prevention as the fire marshal, administration of the emergency medical services and operations division, the citywide disaster preparedness program including the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and the emergency operations center.
Haberle has a master’s in public administration from the University of La Verne and has completed his Executive Fire Officer designation from the National Fire Academy.
Haberle was appointed Fire Chief in 2014. He heads the Monterey Park’s department of 52 sworn fire personnel, three fire stations with an annual budget of over $11,000,000.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call David at (626) 570-9429. Activities begins at 7:30 am.