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New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public (Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters plead with City Council

New Rochelle firefighters packed a City Council hearing Tuesday night and pleaded with it not to cut overtime or reduce minimum staffing levels in the department to plug holes in the city's 2013 budget. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson attends a City
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson attends a City Council hearing concerning the 2013 budget. If the budget is approved, the average taxpayer would pay about $206 more a year. (Dec. 4, 2012)

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Bob Zachanino, a member of the Fire Department
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Bob Zachanino, a member of the Fire Department for more than two decades, speaks to the New Rochelle City Council during a public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which proposes cuts to his department. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

The New Rochelle City Council had a public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

The New Rochelle City Council had a public hearing concerning the 2013 budget. If the budget is approved by Mayor Noam Bramson and the City Council, the average taxpayer would pay about $206 more a year. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

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New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public
(Credit: Faye Murman)

New Rochelle firefighters attend the City Council public hearing concerning the 2013 budget, which calls for a reduction of overtime in the Fire Department and reducing its minimum staffing levels. (Dec. 4, 2012)

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