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October 21, 2021

We Will Never Forget

   Worcester 6     

December 3, 1999

FDNY 343 

 September 11, 2001

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PINK PATCH PROJECT

CFD Members can reach out to FF Dwyer instead of the P.O. Box

"EAST OF THE TRACKS" CLOTHING

Please see the message below from FF Fitzgerald:

Hello all,

In a few weeks I will be placing an order of East Cambridge sweatshirts and t shirts. For sweatshirts there will be two styles (pictured below) hockey lace up hoodies and crew necks. If you are interested you can reply to this email.

I will be placing the order on Friday, October 8. Payment will be due at time of order either cash or Venmo (Donald-Fitzgerald). I will leave an envelope for cash in the East Cambridge watch room.

Extra t shirts will be ordered but sweatshirts will be to order only.

Pricing:

Hockey hoodies $44.00 (s-xl), 2XL (+$2.00). 3XL (+3.00), 4XL (+4.00)

*tall sizes not available

Crew necks $38.00 (s-xl), same additions as above for other sizes

*tall sizes available in crew neck +$2.00

T shirts will be Next Level brand $15 (s-xl) +$1 per x after xl

Respectfully,

FF FitzGerald

E3/G3

781.983.6376

CFD HOCKEY FUNDRAISER

Brothers and Sisters,

During the entire football season, the CFD Hockey team will be selling squares for all Patriot's games, to benefit the Hero's Cup Tournament charity (The Fraternal Order of Firefighter Military Veterans, Inc). 

$20 per square

$1,000 will go toward our Fundraising efforts

Payouts:

1st Quarter $250

2nd Quarter $250

3rd Quarter $250

Final Score $250

Payments to be made at the time of your selection of a square via Venmo @Michael-Dwyer-65

Follow Cambridge Firefighters Hockey on Facebook, Twitter (@CambFireHockey), and Instagram for updates

SUPPORT CFD HOCKEY

The game has been postponed

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TONER FOR CITY COUNCIL CAMPAIGN

Toner for Cambridge City Council

Update July 22, 2021

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The Toner for City Council campaign is proud to announce the endorsements of Massachusetts State Representative for the 24th Middlesex District David Rogers and former Mayor and City Councillor Sheila Russell.  In addition, Paul has received the support of three more unions:  Cambridge Firefighters IAFF Local 30, Sheet Metal Workers Local 17, and United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers & Allied Workers Local 33.  

We are also holding a candidate meet and greet at Paddy's Lunch on July 29th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at 260 Walden Street, Cambridge, 02138.  Please join Paul and learn more about his campaign and how you can get involved.  If you are unable to attend you can also sign up to get involved in the campaign at http://www.tonerforcambridge.com/ or contact us at TonerforCambridge@gmail.com.

Get Involved in the Campaign

Join Paul at Paddy's Lunch on July 29th for a candidate meet and greet

hosted by Ruth & Irving Allen.  

 
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""As a State Representative, I know what it takes to be effective in public office. It requires outreach to constituents, listening to their concerns and doing the hard work to address the issues and find solutions. Paul Toner is someone who will do the work! He will be a progressive and thoughtful elected official who will represent the residents of Cambridge well and will work to make Cambridge an even better city. He will be a problem solver and consensus builder. Paul will bring a balanced and pragmatic approach to the city council.  I hope you join me in supporting Paul Toner for Cambridge City Council."

David Rogers, Massachusetts State Representative, 24th Middlesex District 

"I have known Paul and his family for many years.  Paul knows the city, its neighborhoods, and the challenges we face. He understands municipal and state government and has the right skills and experience to be an excellent city councillor. He deserves your #1 vote!"

​

Sheila Russell, Former Mayor and City Councillor

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Committee to Elect Paul Toner, 24 Newman Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

617-216-7305

 

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SAVE THE DATE

LOCAL 30 CT SCAN WEBINAR UPDATE

Local 30, in collaboration with the CFD and Mount Auburn Hospital, hosted a virtual Webinar with a Q&A on Wednesday March 31, 2021 at 1800 to address & discuss the testing & findings related to the Cancer Prevention Screenings conducted through the MFA early detection program at UMASS Worcester. Dr. William Porcaro was the facilitator of the Medical Panel to discuss topics related to Cancer in the Fire Service, Chest CT Scans & Calcium Read Scores. Joining Dr. Porcaro was Dr. Kyle Pond MAH Cardiologist & Dr Leila Khorashadi MAH Radiologist. This panel discussed the overall tests, how to interpret results, areas of concern, what the tests can & can not read, follow up needs based on findings, as well as other questions members had related to these tests.

CLICK BELOW TO WATCH SEMINAR


Download: Local 30 CT Scan Webinar posting.pdf
COVID-19 RETIREMENT CREDIT

Brothers and Sisters:

Please look over the attached document below from our PFFM Legislative Agents regarding the bill HD1794/SD1686 "An act relative to providing a Covid-19 retirement credit". We will have more information in the coming weeks and this matter will be discussed in greater length at our next monthly State Meeting in March. Any further questions on this matter can be directed to your respective DVP. 

Fraternally, PFFM Staff


Download: HD1794 SD1686 An Act relative to providing a COVID retirement credit.pdf
LETTER OF COMMUNICATION
Brothers and Sisters,

Please find the current Covid-19 numbers:

Cumulative Total Number of Covid-Positive Members-15
Current Number of Covid-Positive Members-3
Current Number of Covid-Positive CFD Immediate Family Members known to the EMS Division: 4
Current Number of Quarantined Members-4
Current Number of Members in City Hotel Housing-1
Current Number of Covid-Positive Cambridge Residents-614

As you are all aware, case numbers for the state are increasing rapidly, and further state-level restrictions are likely, although none have been detailed yet.  The field hospital at the DCU center in Worcester has reopened and begun accepting patients.  

  

Numbers within the City of Cambridge have been trending well below state numbers, but continue to be concerning, and Cambridge Public Schools will shift to remote learning on December 10th through at least December 16th.

Please continue to be vigilant about protecting yourselves and your coworkers.  Masks, distancing, ventilation, and cleaning are particularly important, especially as case numbers increase.  Notify Tech Services with any supply needs, and please reach out to any member of the Executive Board with other issues.

We have added more links to the Links and Information section below, including updated CFD Quarantine and Exposure Policies, (Non-Covid) Unprotected Exposure SOG, and Behavioral/Mental Health information.

Links and Information:
Current CFD Quarantine Policy

Current CFD Covid-19 Exposure Policy

SOG 39- (Non-Covid) Unprotected Exposure ProcedureCurrent CFD  Basic PPE and  Advanced PPE for EMS calls
Current CFD Station/Mask guidelines- please also see General Order 40, Series of 2020- Temporary Restrictions

Current City Policy on Covid-19-related absences (Families First Coronavirus Response Act)

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Information

City of Cambridge Covid-19 site

McLean Hospital Leader Program

IAFF Center of Excellence recovery center

Boston Red Sox Home Base Program

National Suicide Hotline 800-273-8255

Thank you all for your continued efforts, and stay safe.

Fraternally,

Local 30 Executive Board

L30 ENDORSEMENTS

Cambridge Firefighters Local 30 voted to endorse

Ed "Edzo" Kelly for IAFF General President

and

Jake Lemonda for IAFF General Secretary Treasurer 

 
 
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