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From the SAPFFA Local 624 President...

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“We'll go to great lengths to protect the livelihoods of San Antonio's citizens and our members every single day. It's in our blood. It's what we're built to do.”

Chris Steele
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Letter to the Editor from Chris Steele

COMMENTARY City should stop negotiating via attack Chris Steele, For the Express-News July 6, 2015                               Photo: Billy Calzada /San Antonio Express-News Letter to the Editor from San more.

Fighting Fire As Un-Chambered Ammo Goes Off

On the night of April 30th, a fire erupted at a house on Lighthouse Cove in the vicinity of Port Victoria. The crew arrived at the scene to find the home engulfed in flames. The team quickly prepped to face the challenge that lay ahead, while heavy smoke and massive flames poured out the more.

City Manager's office misleads the public... .again

Yesterday, Sheryl Sculley, through her usual mouthpiece on the local paper, attempted yet again to undermine the collective bargaining process between her and the San Antonio firefighters.    This time, the tactic adopted by the City Manager was to attack me personally.  She has more.