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What's New at IAFF 2180
CVFF Charity Golf Classic

The Chula Vista Firefighter's Foundation (CVFF) is holding its Annual Charity Golf Classic at Salt Creek Golf Course on Friday, November 7th.  All Local 2180 members and their family and friends are encouraged to play in this year's tournament.  All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Chula Vista Fire Explorers program.  This is the CVFF's biggest fundraiser of the year and provides much of the funding for the Fire Explorer program.  The cost per player is $125 ($500 per foursome), but will go up after Halloween so register early.  With your registration you get a round of golf, a cart rental, breakfast, lunch, dinner, ample hydration, golf schwag, and much more.  

Players can register online this year.  Please go to the CVFF registration page for more information and to register your team.

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Please direct any questions about the tournament to Matt D'Amico, Jeff Ewert, Josh Sanders, Pablo Ornelas or Dangkhoa Nguyen.

Negotiations Update 8/28/13
Clarification/Correction: My last email stated that the last two proposals listed on the city website are the newest (8/26/13) proposals. That statement is incorrect. The newest proposal that has been actually disclosed by the City is the following: ·        Article 2. Read More...
Negotiations Update 8/28/13
Please visit the City website’s Negotiations section (web link below) and review the newly added proposals from the City (2). They are the last two listed under the IAFF tab. You will also find the first counterproposal from the IAFF Negotiating Team.  The next negotiation’s meeting is scheduled for September 10.  http://www.chulavistaca. Read More...
Darrell Roberts Appointed to L2180 EBoard
Darrell Roberts has been appointed by the Executive Borad to occupy the Executive Board Seat # 1 for the remainder of the term (12/31/13). Please join us in congratulating him and thanking him for stepping up to the commitment and work that comes with the position. Read More...
Date: 06/14/2013 From: Union President To: Local 2180 Members Subj: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (TURN OUTS) Ref: a) NFPA 1972, 2007 edition b) NFPA 1851 Dear brothers and sisters, several of our members have suffered burns over the last few months. This has prompted an ongoing discussion between the Local2180 E board and Fire Administration about the state of our safety gear. The E board is specifically concerned with our PPE meeting NFPA references( a) and (b). All personnel need to check the label on their Protective hood(s) immediately. If your label doesn’t state that it meets the NFPA 1971, 2007 edition or is missing, then immediately submit a requisition to supply through your chain of command. Our hoods have been the primary issue up to now. While you are checking your PPE, please ensure your structural firefighting helmet is 10 years old or newer. Your primary turn outs should be 5 years old or newer and your secondary turnouts should be 10 years old or newer. If any of your personal protective equipment does not meet the above standards, please submit a requisition through the chain of command for immediate replacement. This is a critical safety issue and both the Local and the City want our members to be safe. Remember we are changing our SOG’s to ensure firefighter safety, now it’s time to make sure our gear is in compliance also. Our firefighters are the most important assets of this department, our citizen’s count on us to help them in their time of need, and we depend on our gear to accomplish our mission. Most importantly your families depend on your return home after your shift is over. Thank you, John Hess President IAFF Local 2180
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