Officials fear bills would 'skyrocket' fire OT costs

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Two state bills that would supersede a federal exemption regarding overtime pay for firefighters in Rhode Island is causing concern among municipal leaders pertaining to how the measure would financially impact cities and towns that seek to find ways to reduce operating costs of their fire departments.

The bills, H5662 and H5663, were slated for discussion among the House Labor Committee on Wednesday and, according to some inside the House, have already garnered significant support – including from House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello – and could be brought to a vote on the House floor as early as next week.

The bills would remove the federal exemption to overtime requirements regarding firefighters laid out in the Fair Labor Standards Act, and would mandate that firefighters in Rhode Island be compensated at time and a half for hours worked above 42 hours a week.

Most fire departments in Rhode Island utilize what is known as a four-platoon system, splitting up shifts among four units over the course of a month that balance long shifts – usually 10 or 14-hour shifts – with significant periods of time off in between, anywhere from one to four days of down time.

Warwick utilizes a four-platoon system currently, where firefighters work two 10-hour day shifts, two 14-hour night shifts and then get three days off. This averages out to about 42 hours worked throughout the week each month.

In three Rhode Island communities – Coventry, Tiverton and North Kingstown – the fire department is split into three platoons, which results in 24-hour or even 48-hour shifts followed by extended periods of time off, which adds up to an average of 56 hours worked per week.

Proponents of the three-platoon system say it cuts down on personnel costs by needing to utilize fewer firefighters, but opponents of three-platoon systems say that it necessitates more overtime and causes additional pension costs, costing taxpayers more in the long run.

“It adds up to 33 percent more workload and costs the city more money,” said Warwick Firefighters’ Union president Michael Carreiro, who is opposed to the three-platoon system.

Most recently, Providence received significant attention when Mayor Jorge Elorza tried to shake up the city’s fire department from a four-platoon system to a three-platoon system after being elected in 2015. The decision was immediately met with widespread resistance from the fire union, and resulted in an almost $6 million settlement to be paid to firefighters – not including legal fees – in exchange for a dismissal of over a dozen grievances filed in protest of the change. The city also agreed to move back to a four-platoon system as a result of the dispute.

Proponents of the bill, like firefighters’ union lobbyist and Cranston Deputy Fire Chief Paul Valletta, call it a “fairness” bill that would guarantee fair wages for time worked, and categorized three platoon shifts as “terrible” and “dangerous” to firefighters during testimony at the State House earlier this month.

However, opponents of the bill argue that it would tie the hands of municipal managers that want to be able to explore options to capture savings and re-work their fire departments to a system that works for them.

“This essentially prevents any community who is looking at doing a three-platoon structure or a hybrid structure or something that works best for their firefighters and management and basically takes it off the table,” said Brian Daniels, executive director of the RI League of Cities and Towns. “This is stuffing a one-size-fits-all schedule on all fire departments across the state, irrespective of the need or what's best for the city or town.”

Daniels cited the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council’s report for FY16, which indicated that Rhode Island spent more per capita on firefighting services than any other state in the nation – more than double the national average, which he further argues (citing the Tax Foundation) “contributes to Rhode Island’s 7th-highest property tax burden in the country.”

“When your cities and towns are funded primarily by property tax and you have these personnel costs...It falls on the taxpayers, there's just nowhere else to go,” he said.

Daniels said that the Rhode Island Supreme Court has already ruled in the past to uphold the federal regulations that exempt firefighters from being paid overtime at the same rate as other professions – and for good reason, he argues.

“State law also has an exemption to overtime because the state recognizes firefighters are not bank tellers,” he said, adding that their work schedules are far different from other professionals and that there is often significant down time on long shifts, including time that is allotted for firefighters to sleep.

“That’s important. It's not as if people are staying awake for 24 hours or 48 hours,” he said.

Additionally, Daniels warned that the bill could disrupt fire department contract negotiations that are ongoing in North Kingstown and Tiverton.

“This bill would infringe on local officials’ ability to manage their public safety forces efficiently and would lead to even higher taxes in numerous communities,” Daniels writes in the press release.

Mayor Joseph Solomon came out against the bills on Tuesday in a letter addressed to House Labor Committee chairwoman Anastasia Williams, citing similar arguments to Daniels but also adding that Warwick is already facing a $7.4 million deficit for the current fiscal year and is staring down a deficit next fiscal year (which begins July 1) of as much as $18 million. He adds the perspective of the recent arbitration decision that will require the city pay about $6.5 million in back pension pay to firefighters.

“It is clear that passage of H5662 and H5663 would only cause fire costs to skyrocket further, ultimately costing the City of Warwick and communities across the state far more than that which is already included in robust fire budgets and placing them in a financial state that is simply not sustainable in the long term,” Solomon wrote. “Ultimately, to bear the burden of these unrealistic fire-related costs, communities will be forced to look elsewhere in their budgets to offset the cost difference. This would likely mean cutting other municipal services and programs that are vital to the well-being of municipalities, their residents and business communities.”

It is not clear if Warwick has been exploring a three-platoon system to try and curb costs from within the fire department, which averaged $1.67 million in overtime costs between FY15 and FY18. Carreiro could not comment on whether or not that was a subject of discussion during negotiations for the fire department’s successive collective bargaining agreement with the city, because that process is pending ongoing arbitration.

According to documents obtained by the Beacon, the fire department has already exceeded $2.1 million in overtime costs for FY19 as of January 31, 2019. This puts them at about $900,000 in excess of the overtime budget, with five months left to be accounted for by the end of the fiscal year.

“I think our budget in overtime is a significant concern,” said Ward 5 Councilman and finance committee chairman Ed Ladouceur, adding he was anxious to see how things shaped up under the leadership of new fire chief Peter McMichael. He noted that the overtime costs being accrued by the fire department are occurring despite being at a full complement of 220 firefighters.

The bills both passed the House Labor Committee, and will not be brought to the House floor.

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Hepdog

Just what they need, more money...what a Democrat stinkhole this state is!

Thursday, April 4
Patient Man

Rhode Island should stay with the National standards.

Thursday, April 4
Jimmy

More skewed truth from the Beacon. These bills will have ZERO financial impact on the city. ZERO. And councilman Ladaceur also fails to mention (he knows full well) the fire department is not staffed at 220. They are currently staffed near 180. That is why you have OT.

Thursday, April 4
Patient Man

Jimmy wrote

"These bills will have ZERO financial impact on the city. ZERO."

Good, I guess we don't need it. Staying aligned with the Federal standards is in our best interest.

Thursday, April 4
Warwickcitizen

The councilman should check his facts, the department is down close to 30 memebers fill the spots and OT will be neglable.

Three platoons do not work, financially it will be a disaster.

Thursday, April 4
Honestinfo

Overtime saves money for the taxpayers.Do the math,where is silent Robbie?

Thursday, April 4
Jimmy

Great point. The city has been given all the facts from day 1. They know that Overtime is cheaper than hiring 30 people. They will of course spin this during budget season as a huge bill. What they won’t mention is the city budgeted for 212 positions last year any really the department was at 190. How much money did they save on the salary line item? You won’t hear the council pres passing that info on.

Thursday, April 4
Crazy Squirrel Euthanizer

Dad want to see the fire department audit....

Thursday, April 4
Paul Wall

There are only three communities where these bills would result in any changes. This is a prevention bill. It’s goal is to prevent the disruption of the lives of firefighters and prevention of massive legal bills and eventual large settlements like we’ve seen in Providence. Patientman suggest we don’t need these bills because they won’t result in any change in Warwick. That is precisely why we do need them. Every city that has attempted 3 platoons in Rhode Island ends up losing in the end. Look, Tiverton enacted 56 weeks and they’re on the cusp of reverting back to less hours. North Kingstown and Central Coventry endured monumental legal expenses only to have to give Firefighters massive raises which impact pension solvency. Providence incurred massive legal bills and then had to pay massive settlement payments to every Providence firefighter only to have to revert back to the same 4platoon system they had prior. East Greenwich was gearing up for this same play. The residents got wise and voted nearly the entire Town Council out. These are bills aimed at preventing massive, expensive and ultimately useless legal expense and tax burden while prevention throwing the lives of firefighters into a tailspin. Also, while Cote and Stasha certainly hate firefighters, the VAST majority of taxpayers like firefighters and as such, the 3 platoon play has been incredibly unpopular and has cost more than a few politicians dearly. Ask Sue Cienki and the others who lost their seats in East Greenwich.

Friday, April 5
Ben Dover

The bill in question H-5662, Rep. Edwards bill, passed on the floor of the House yesterday, 62=9...All Warwick Reps. voted yes...I suggest you look up the bill and read it for yourself...The written word is all that counts...Judge for yourself what this bill does...My question would be why wasn't this bill enabling legislation aimed at the 3 communities in question...They didn't do that...As written, this effects all communities, IMHO. You be the judge....

Wednesday, April 10
Thecaptain

For those of you that think that the WFD is underpaid. Below is each mans base salary, as of 2013. This does not include overtime, uniform allowance, unpaid sick leave,etc.... And it will never be enough.

Uniformed Fire Services ARMSTRONG EDMUND Chief 122,691

Uniformed Fire Services COOLEY BRUCE Assistant Chief 113,604

Uniformed Fire Services MEEGAN GARY Deputy Chief of Training 106,801

Uniformed Fire Services MOAN MICHAEL Superintendent Fire Alarm 106,801

Uniformed Rescue Services PERRY JOHN Rescue Coordinator 101,874

Uniformed Fire Services MARIETTI PETER Fire Marshall 105,816

Uniformed Fire Services COLANTONIO FRANCIS Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services GREENWELL JOSEPH Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services HORNBY JOHN Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services KENNEY JAMES Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services MAYMON THOMAS Battalion Chief 86,734

Uniformed Fire Services MCLAUGHLIN JAMES Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services MORSE DAVID Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services TRUDELL FREDERICK Battalion Chief 99,074

Uniformed Fire Services BELLAVANCE RICHARD Captain 86,180

Uniformed Fire Services CARBERRY GEORGE Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services CLARK MICHAEL Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services FAY STEPHEN Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services HANNON EDWARD Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services JESSOP THOMAS Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services JORDAN JAMES Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services MAHONEY DAVID Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services MAXFIELD JAMES Captain 86,180

Uniformed Fire Services PARMENTER ROBERT Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services SINOTTE THOMAS Captain 86,180

Uniformed Fire Services SISSON PETER Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services STEERE MILES Captain 86,983

Uniformed Fire Services SUGRUE THOMAS Captain 86,983

Uniformed Rescue Services HART DAVID Rescue Captain 86,983

Uniformed Rescue Services MELLO ANTHONY Rescue Captain 86,180

Uniformed Rescue Services OWENS BRYAN Rescue Captain 86,983

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Uniformed Fire Services MATTESON MICHAEL Assistant Fire Marshall 83,773

Uniformed Fire Services AHLQUIST MARK Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services ARMSTRONG KEVIN Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services BARLOW BRYAN Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services BRADLEY DANIEL Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services BRADLEY THOMAS Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services BROWN KEITH Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services BUBAR ROBERT Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services CAMPAGNONE STEPHEN Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services CAMPBELL JAMES Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services CAPWELL SCOTT Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services CIESYNSKI MICHAEL Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services COBB BRIAN Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services DRISCOLL RONALD Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services ERBAN JASON Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services FONTENAULT MARCEL Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services FURY JASON Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services GOUVEIA ALAN Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services HALL JEFFREY Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services HALLORAN JOHN Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services HANDY STEVEN Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services LAFLEUR BARRY Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services LAMIROY MARC Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services LECLAIR CHRISTOPHER Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services LETOURNEAU PAUL Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services MANCHESTER WILLIAM Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services MAYMON THOMAS Lieutenant 70,561

Uniformed Fire Services MCGUIRE JEFFREY Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services MERNICK FREDERICK Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services OATLEY GARY Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services O'NEILL JOSEPH Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services PACKHEM TIMOTHY Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services PECCHIA CARL Lieutenant 79,112

Uniformed Fire Services SAVARIA MARC Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Fire Services SHEA MICHAEL Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services SULLIVAN E JOSEPH Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services TYLER WILLIAM Lieutenant 79,856

Uniformed Fire Services VINER STEVEN Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services WILLIAMS JOHN Lieutenant 80,600

Uniformed Fire Services WILSON WILLIAM Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Rescue Services BEECHER JEREMY Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services BINGHAM ROBERT Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services BRAGG PATRICK Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services CAMPBELL JOHN Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services CARREIRO MICHAEL Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services DUNLAEVY HENRIK Rescue Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Rescue Services FAUCHER JONATHAN Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services PELLICCIO GARY Rescue Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Rescue Services RICHARD DEREK Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services RIVET KEVIN Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Rescue Services SALISBURY JAMES Rescue Lieutenant 77,625

Uniformed Rescue Services WINNES CHRISTOPHER Rescue Lieutenant 76,882

Uniformed Fire Services O'DONNELL MATTHEW Inspector-Fire Prevention 76,882

Uniformed Fire Services ALBRO CHRISTOPHER Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services ALSFELD EDWARD Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ALSFELD WILLIAM Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services ANDERSEN ERIK Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services ANDERSEN ERIK Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services ANDREWS DANIEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ANDREWS DAVID Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services ANDREWS ETHAN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ANGILLY DAVID Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ANGILLY PETER Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ANGILLY PETER Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ANTONELLI RAYMOND Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,039

Uniformed Fire Services BERTHIAUME TODD Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services BINGHAM ROBERT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services BONN KASH Firefighter (Grade 1) 72,374

Uniformed Fire Services BONN KASH Firefighter (Grade 1) 72,374

Uniformed Fire Services BOYNTON SR. MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services BRADY THOMAS Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,039

Uniformed Fire Services CABRAL MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services CAHOON STEVEN Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,706

Uniformed Fire Services CAMPAGNA VINCENT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services CEMBOR ROBERT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services CHACE THOMAS Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,706

Uniformed Fire Services CHARPENTIER JASON Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services CONLEY JAMES Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,706

Uniformed Fire Services CONLEY KYLE Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services CRAVEN NOAH Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services CROWLEY PATRICK Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services CULLEN STEVEN Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,039

Uniformed Fire Services DANELLA DAVID Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DANELLA ROBERT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DEFUSCO MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DELBONIS MATTHEW Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DELPOZZO ANTHONY Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DEROBBIO DANIEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DIMUCCIO STEPHEN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services DOAR PHILIP Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services DUCKWORTH BRIAN Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,706

Uniformed Fire Services ECCLES JUSTIN Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services ERKKINEN ANDREW Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services FARIAS MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services FRANCIS SETH Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services FRENCH KYLE Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services GIBLIN THOMAS Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services GRASSI BRIAN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services GREENWELL JOSEPH Firefighter (Grade 1) 72,374

Uniformed Fire Services HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services HORNBY JOHN Firefighter (Grade 1) 72,374

Uniformed Fire Services IAMARONE SCOTT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services INGEGNERI BRANDON Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services JENSEN SCOTT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services KAPALKA STEVEN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services KING DAVID Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services LEMAY NORMAND Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services LIBRIZZI CHRISTOPHER Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services LLOYD WILLIAM Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services LOYO MARCELO Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services LOYO MARCELO Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

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Uniformed Fire Services MAGNAN STEPHEN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services MARRIOTT KENNETH Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services MAYMON THOMAS Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services MCALLISTER MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services MERNICK FREDERICK Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,039

Uniformed Fire Services MONTECALVO GREGORY Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services MORETTI MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services MORLOCK CARL Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services NARODOWY GLENN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services PELLA JOHN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services PERRY JOHN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services PICARD TIMOTHY Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services PRATA TIMOTHY Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services REYNOLDS JESSE Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services RICCI CHRISTOPHER Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services RICHARD DEREK Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ROCHA JUSTIN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services RUSSELL RANDY Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,039

Uniformed Fire Services SCALZO MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services SCHMIDT MICHAEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services SCRIBNER KEVIN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services SILVA KEVIN Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services SISSON PETER Firefighter (Grade 1) 72,374

Uniformed Fire Services SQUEO KRISTINE Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,706

Uniformed Fire Services SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services SULLIVAN KYLE Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services SUTTON ANDREW Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services TITUS TRACY Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services TURCO DANIEL Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,703

Uniformed Fire Services VAIL JUSTIN Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services VALLELY ROBERT Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services VARRAS NICHOLAS Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services WALSH PETER Firefighter (Grade 1) 63,360

Uniformed Fire Services WATERMAN JASON Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services WATERMAN JASON Firefighter (Grade 1) 69,036

Uniformed Fire Services ZUBA STANLEY Firefighter (Grade 1) 71,039

Uniformed Rescue Services CARVALHO MICHAEL Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services CHAMPAGNE STEPHEN Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services COONEY RICHARD Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services GINAITT BRADFORD Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services HEROUX MICHAEL Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services JOHNSON ROBERT Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services KRETCHMAN MICHAEL Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services LAVOIE GARY Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services MARAIA MATTHEW Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services MARTUFI BRIAN Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services MCDERMOTT JAMES Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services MILEY KEVIN Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services MONTEIRO MICHAEL Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services MORSE DAVID Rescue Driver 75,993

Uniformed Rescue Services PALUMBO ROBERT Rescue Driver 66,528

Uniformed Rescue Services SISSON ANDREW Rescue Driver 66,528

Friday, April 12