Firefighters reject pay offer and ramp up work bans

Firefighters reject pay offer and ramp up work bans

Hearing from firefighters in the community about why they were rejected in the last round: fire inspectors weren’t바카라사이트 offered enough money, fire fighters were given too little time to complete the work.

«They should be paid. It took 15 years of this for them to be paid. At least they would be able to start this year and get a new contract,» one resident said to KTVU.

There are 2,500 firefighters in Houston’s most competitive fire department. The Fire Protection District has approved $8 million to upgrade about 1,000 units.

«We have seen this over the last 15 years and we saw it for firefighters in 2009 and again last year,» said Mark Molnar of the Houston Fire Department.

Molnar 바카라said this latest attempt at change will get a fire engineer and two jarvees.comfirefighters paid a «decent salary.»