Westchester Chiefs Consider Sizing Up of Fires
The subject of “The Sizing Up of Fires” was dealt with in an address by retired Captain Deasy, of the New York Fire Department, at the regular meeting of the Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan, which took place on the evening of Wednesday. February 19, at the Riverview Manor Hose Company’s House. Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y.
President Krows presided and also welcomed the members as Fire Commissioner of Hastings.
Chief Chambers, Yonkers, reported that Governor Lehman had vetoed the bill allowing the transportation of dynamite through the streets.
Chief Woolley referred to the splendid cooperation received by the Plan from Chief McElligott, of the New York Fire Department.
A rising vote of thanks was given to Captain Deasy for his address. On invitation of Chief LeVino, of the Weaver Street Fire Department, it was decided to meet at Mamaroneck on the evening of Wednesday, March 18.
Cincinnati, Ohio, has placed an order for three Mack pumpers and a Mack aerial ladder.