A 21-year veteran was named Clayton County fire chief Tuesday night, ending months of speculation and division in the 367-member county fire and emergency services department.
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CLAYTON COUNTY FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES DEPARTMENT: AT A GLANCE
Established: March 1, 1967
Fire stations: 14
Annual budget: about $25 million
Service calls answered in 2012: 31,939
Source: CCFD website