Fairview Fire Chief Who Made Anti-Semitic Slur Retiring

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Anthony LoGiudice announced he will retire as chief of the Fairview Fire Department weeks after it was revealed he made anti-Semitic slurs against Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner
Anthony LoGiudice announced he will retire as chief of the Fairview Fire Department weeks after it was revealed he made anti-Semitic slurs against Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner Photo Credit: fairviewfire.org

FAIRVIEW, N.Y. -- The Fairview Fire Chief who recently made anti-Semitic remarks about Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner announced his retirement, according to LoHud.com. 

Anthony LoGiudice declined to provide a specific reason for his retirement but did say it was not a result of the backlash from community leaders after his comments were revealed to the public, LoHud.com reported. 

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I have several good friends who are career firefighters (and I hope they don't see this because they'll kill me!) but for once I agree with the taxpayer committee.

Irrespective of whether or not Chief LoGiudice should retire (or have 'been retired'), he is receiving $220,000 a year? Seriously? The FDNY Commissioner of Department is paid $205,000.

A chief making $220,000 a year with a fire department that has 45 paid members? That's almost $5,000 per man. That's insane.

You grant Feiner carte blanche with your site for a year at no charge and now you are linking to the writings of other organizations. ???? Your first business model failed and this one is going to go down in flames too. You had the opportunity to break the mold and you did. You just went in the wrong direction again. Adios.