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Schenectady class nets cash and goods for rescuers

Firefighters offer training to peers

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Firefighters and police across the Capital Region brought their unused materials and equipment to Schenectady last year in exchange for much-needed medical training. Some departments paid cash, but many others offered goods instead, Fire Chief Michael Della Rocco said. The department will do much more of that this year, he added. “It’s just one more way to bring some cash to the city,” he said. The training class was for tactical medics, including SWAT team ...

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January 15, 2014
6:59 a.m.

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We are always looking for revenue, we are just not sure how much we got??? WAY TO GO, Gary, learn to balance that budget.

January 15, 2014
9:18 a.m.

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what items/goods were collected? were is the rest of this artical? what about revenue from a city run ambulance, when was the last time that was looked at? how about collecting garbage from businesses that contract out? what about the city body shop, leasing the unused space of that? whatever is being looked at they are looking in the wrong places