Atlantic City Firefighters Talk About the Impending City Shutdown [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]
Thursday morning on WPG Talk Radio 1450, members of Atlantic City Professional Firefighters Local 198 were live in studio with Harry Hurley to discuss the impending city shutdown.
The shutdown of Atlantic City government appears to be only days away at this point. And while politicians across the state are discussing various ways to financially help the city, there has been a lot of talk about the city's public servants or essential personnel, like police officers and fire fighters, working for an I-O-U until the financial crisis gets resolved.
President Bill DiLorenzo, Vice President Steve May, and Secretary John Varallo of Local 198 spoke with Harry Hurley Thursday morning on WPG Talk Radio 1450 in a discussion that ranged from how the Atlantic City Fire Department has trimmed its budget over the years to what morale is currently like among city firefighters.
Hear the interview in its entirety here:
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