COLUMBUS—State Representative Christina Hagan (R-Marlboro Township) yesterday took part in the Ohio Fire Chief Association (OFCA) Legislative Round Table, expressing support for Ohio’s firefighters and emergency services personnel.



The OFCA is a statewide organization that aims to advocate for and protect the interests of fire chief officers throughout Ohio, as well as strengthen the safety of Ohioans by supporting the state’s emergency services. Rep. Hagan said the round table discussion focused on local issues and solutions.



“I am honored to discuss legislative matters impacting our community leaders and safety services, and to work toward solutions with the Ohio Fire Chief Association,” said Rep. Hagan. “I’m thankful for the daily sacrifices of all our Ohio firefighters and first responders.”



The OFCA is primarily centered on training, professional networking, and advocacy. Among other services, the organization offers educational programs, opportunities for professional development, legislative lobbying and networking connections.

 
 
 
  
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