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Amid bitter divisions, fire chief presses on

Fraser grows isolated in push for reforms

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / March 31, 2008

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A week before former US Navy commander Roderick Fraser Jr. took over leadership of the Boston Fire Department, the head of the city's firefighters union issued a stern warning: If Fraser didn't support the union's goals, Local 718 President Edward Kelly publicly declared, "We will sink his battleship." (Full article: 1648 words)

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