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Monday, January 21, 2013

The times are a-changin' for the Tucson Fire Department (an update)

While change is still coming, it seems that the alternative service delivery (ASD) plan mentioned in the previous post has been postponed and is now under further review.  The conditions that necessitated the ASD proposal did not change overnight, so some of the powers that be must have found it unacceptable.  Who found it unacceptable and why is open to speculation, but it is probably not a good sign that a fire department-designed plan is now subject to politics.

Stay tuned.

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