Our History - Respecting the Past, Living the Present, Preparing for the Future In January, 1903, a group of concerned citizens called a meeting to organize a fire company for the City of Boerne.
Assistant Fire Chief
F.W. Homer was elected as temporary chairman and an immediate vote was taken and passed to continue with the formation of a permanent fire company to be named the Boerne Volunteer Fire Company (BVFC). Officer elections followed and resulted in the founding officers list. Fire Chief Homer then appointed members to a Bylaws and Charter Committee. Membership was limited to 30 members by vote on a motion made by Mr. Zoeller. The historic meeting was then adjourned with the next meeting set for Wednesday, January 7, 1903.
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At that meeting a number of names were submitted for membership resulting in the Charter Members of the BVFC - along with annual dues of one dollar to be paid in advance: