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Los Angeles (CA) Fire Department to Reduce Staffing

A report from the Los Angeles Times reads, in part:


The Los Angeles Fire Department will impose a new round of reductions in fire staffing starting Sunday, part of its effort to slash expenses in a bad budget year, department officials said this week.

Fire Chief Millage Peaks said the department will decrease by seven the number of fire companies that are on duty across the city. That means 22 of the department’s 153 companies will be closed each day on a rotating basis.
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Comment by Michael Bricault (ret) on January 1, 2011 at 12:42pm

-Holy S@#T !!! Are you kidding me?? Who is this boob of a chief?? How about reducing some of the BS jobs in administration or taking pay cuts from the top instead of impacting service delivery and the safety of firefighters?!?!?

-Sounds like another F@#$ing politically appointed chief.

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