Leadership

Hydrant Marking, Use of Equipment, Forest Fires and Many Other Topics Discussed at New England Chiefs’ Convention

Issue 7 and Volume 85.

Hydrant Marking, Use of Equipment, Forest Fires and Many Other Topics Discussed at New England Chiefs’ Convention A TOTAL registration of 638, including active and associate members and guests, signalized the tenth annual convention of the New England Association of Fire Chiefs at Newport, R. I., on June 21 to 24. There was an interesting and instructive program provided, with sessions held in the Exhibit Hall at Newport Beach. The convention headquarters were at the Hotel Viking and the exhibits and demonstrations at Newport Beach. New Officers Elected The election of officers at the closing session resulted as follows, all selections being by unanimous vote: President—Chief Alfred H. Koltonski, Rutland, Vt. First Vice-President—Chief Daniel B. Tierney, Arlington, Mass. Second Vice-President—Chief Thomas F. Burns, Bridgeport, Conn. Secretary-Treasurer—Chief John W. O’H’earn, Watertown, Mass. Sergeant At Arms—Chief John J. Kennedy, Bryant Electric Co., Bridgeport, Conn. State Vice-Presidents—Chief J. W. Randlette, Richmond, Me.; Chief…

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