Deputy Chief Alan Patalano has been selected as the new Fire Chief for the City of Long Beach. He has served over 25 years in fire service and over 26 years as a licensed paramedic. He specifically has worked for the City of Long Beach for over 20 years and during his tenure he has served as a Firefighter and Deputy Fire Chief. He also served as a firefighter with the City of Escondido.
He has served as a Deputy Chief of the City of Long Beach for the past eight years and was most recently assigned as the Coordinator of the Department's Training Division, EMS Education and Quality Improvement Division and Fire Communications.
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Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Save Station 18
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