New Huntley fire chief eager to serve community
HUNTLEY – During his 13 years helping fight fires in Huntley, Ken Caudle climbed the ranks, filled various leadership roles, and oversaw major projects for the fire protection district.
On Nov. 3, the deputy chief will make the ultimate climb in rank. Caudle, 44, will take over for retiring Fire Chief Jim Saletta, and he soon will become the face of the fire district, charged with managing staff, investigations, operations and a $13 million budget.
“My biggest goal is for a nice, smooth transition, working closely with my officers and firefighters, and making sure the community is served to the best of our ability,” Caudle said. “Obviously, the No. 1 goal is community service.”
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