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Daniel Nigro says while only a few FDNY members are responsible, the department has zero tolerance for leaks. ...
The department is suing the municipalities for breach of contract; the council cited a failure to report on training and physicals ...
Fire chief: "We're doing business today in a way that we have never done business before because of the lack of dependable equipment." ...
Residents are concerned about response performance; the city doesn't plan to close any fire stations. ...
The collision ripped lights off the engine, damaged a water pump and hose, dented the roof and destroyed other tools ...
With the different financing options, it is important to know where the department wants to be at the end of the payment schedule. ...
It isn't unique for a department to branch out from traditional fundraising activities, but it's uncommon to assume the role of landlord ...
Emergency vehicle repair experts weigh in on how to keep your engine in fighting form. ...
City officials voted 6-1 to contract fire services, which would save $7 to $10 million, to help the city's bankruptcy exit plan survive ...
It would make it easier to attract and retain volunteers who might be discouraged from joining if they lived outside municipal limits ...
The fire chief said the new fire station will have separate sleeping quarters for women ...
The ultimate decision about the chief's employment rests with the mayor, not the union ...
Ignore the rumors, expect delays, consider micro grants and get your house in order for the next round of grants as this year's money is released. ...
A data-reporting requirement that used NFPA test results in easy-to-read formats would improve fire department buying decisions. ...
A chief with mouth shut and ears open, especially around the boss, is most likely to avoid a career-crushing verbal suicide. ...
With the right boundaries and expectations, young firefighters have a lot to teach the old guard. ...
Fire departments that perform well over decades begin with a leader who is passionate, committed and unafraid of change. ...
With the new request, firefighters will be allowed to administer basic first aid and life support ...
The ordinance includes a $300 fine and 30 days in jail for failing to comply with the run-card rule. ...
The Rescue Vehicle Program will be evaluated for its ability to reduce maintenance and wear and tear on department vehicles ...