Charles Miles

Miles was the first Chief Engineer of the Los Angeles Volunteer Fire Department, and a major influence in the development of the department. His accomplishments include the passage of an 1898 bond issue providing $150,000 for the purchase of sites; the construction of 12 municipally-owned fire stations; plans for a firemen’s pension system; and greater efficiency with the fire alarm system.

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