Understanding A0-37

1264FireEMSOur radio ads with the simple message that the assembly needs to take a more thorough look at this document and how dramatically this will effect your public safety:
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We found significant issues with the removal of the Fire Prevention Division from the city:
http://afdstatus.org/2013/02/privatized-fire-prevention-typically-means-no-prevention/ 

A short piece we wrote awhile ago regarding the importance of emergency medical care in Anchorage, a service this proposed ordinance was seeking to end:
http://afdstatus.org/2010/11/a-delay-in-care/

The original proposal had the exclusion of Emergency Care Services,  a service that has received national recognition.  If your company had a component that was the best of the best, would you eliminate it?
http://www.adn.com/2010/04/17/1230342/fire-department-wins-prize-for.html

Fire Fighters have continually agreed to help the city when times are bad, why does the mayor feel the need to gut city services now:
http://www.adn.com/2009/03/26/738027/our-view-good-job.html#storylink=misearch

We continue to stress the importance of allowing our firefighters to have a say in staffing levels that protect the community and themselves: