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  • Setti Warren Endorsement
    Updated On: Oct 10, 2009
    Wicked Local staff photo by Jim Walker Candidate for Newton mayor Setti Warren accepts the endorsement of the local firefighter's union at his campaign headquarters in Newtonville, Friday, Oct. 9, 2009. From left in the photo are: president of the union Tom Lopez, Setti Warren, EMS coordinator Don Gentile, union executive board member Mike Caddell and Engine 4 captain Gino Lucchetti.
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    Posted Oct 10, 2009 @ 01:58 AM
    Last update Oct 10, 2009 @ 08:03 AM

    Newton —

    Unlike Mayor David Cohen, Setti Warren is holding off on asking for rides on one of Newton's fire engines. And that's fine by the firefighters.

    The firefighters' union endorsed Warren Friday, becoming the first municipal union to make an endorsement. Union president Tom Lopez said Warren's background in FEMA helped him connect with emergency responders, and he thought Warren would be able to repair relations between City Hall and the fire department, which have been strained under the Cohen administration.

    "There's been a lot of difficult problems in the last seven years," Lopez said. "There are serious issues of neglect in the fire department."

    Warren said he would try to get federal money, including grants and Homeland Security dollars, to help pay for fire department equipment. He also wanted to tap colleges for improvements to the fire department.

    "It's vitally important, if Newton is going to be successful, to have first responders have their training and equipment be first rate so they can protect the citizens of the community," Warren said.

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