In an effort to keep you up to date on the latest local, statewide, and federal fire issues, Local 798 distributes biweekly news clippings. This bulletin will help inform you about very important fire-related matters.
The San Francisco Fire Fighters Local 798 is the labor organization of the 1,400 proud men and women that serve as Firefighters and emergency medical responders protecting the City of San Francisco. In January, Local 798 hired JB&A to assist with their communications and public affairs needs.
JB&A partners with Dakota Communications to coordinate firefighter driven mail pieces in highly contested Los Angeles City Council races. All six firefighter endorsed city council candidates and incumbents won their respective elections. Click on the links below to view the mailers: EVERY 36 SECONDS Jumbo Card Series » EAGLE ROCK Brochure » UFLAC Doorhanger » MAGNET [...]
Team Player PR: Jimmy Blackman left City Hall and launched his own firm. Now he’s formed an unusual partnership with an established one. Los Angeles Business Journal By Subrina Hudson Monday, August 19, 2013 Jimmy Blackman was out of a job when his boss, former City Councilman Dennis Zine, lost his race for city controller [...]
We are pleased to announce that the first annual United Firefighters of Los Angeles City 2013 LAFD Year in Review photo book is now available.
This photo book was put together to honor the work of the Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers, Inspectors, and Pilots of the Los Angeles Fire Department. It has been distributed to our elected officials, stakeholders, and key decision makers as a reminder of the work that our members do 24 hours a day, 365 days a year throughout the City of Los Angeles. This book highlights the professionalism and resolve of our Los Angeles City Firefighters as we serve the public with pride.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti recently released his budget for Fiscal-Year 2014-2015. This budget calls for only two Fire Academy classes that will yield approximately 96 new Firefighters and Paramedics in LA. During this same time, the LAFD is expected to LOSE more than 120 experienced Firefighters and Paramedics. Gain 96. Lose 120.