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Fire Chief

Local Address: Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States
Lawrence
 
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Employment History

  • Police Chief
    Lawrence
  • Fire Chief
    Deputy
  • Fire Chief
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Lawrence Fire Chief Jack ...
www.eagletribune.com, 13 Dec 2013 [cached]
Lawrence Fire Chief Jack Bergeron said the building was gutted, probably beyond repair, and estimated the fire damage and loss of personal items was "at least $300,000. Both families also lost their artificial Christmas trees and many of their Christmas presents.
Bergeron said he was relieved that early reports of tenants being trapped inside the building turned out to be false.
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Bergeron said he was unaware of the complaints. He stressed tenants with similar concerns should be contacting the Fire Department or the city's Department of Inspectional Services to lodge a complaint.
"We can take action against the owner to bring things up to code if they're not cooperative," Bergeron said.
Jack Bergeron ...
www.cityoflawrence.com, 14 Mar 2013 [cached]
Jack Bergeron (jbergeron@cityoflawrence.com) Chief
Local 146 FF of the Year
www.lawrencefiredepartment.com, 14 June 2013 [cached]
Edward Nutter, Fire Chief Jack Bergeron, Steve Poley, Raymond Kenyon, III and Christopher King.
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"It's a great privilege to honor them," said Lawrence fire Chief Jack Bergeron. "The job they did was extraordinary, done very professionally and with a good outcome."
Bergeron was referring to two separate incidents last year, when firefighters responded to the calls of two different people having seizures. After administering CPR and using a defibrillator, both survived.
Lawrence police Chief ...
www.newburyportnews.com, 29 Aug 2012 [cached]
Lawrence police Chief Jack Bergeron said communication with Verizon may have been part of the problem for them, too, when the fire broke out.
Bergeron was officially named ...
www.eagletribune.com, 21 Dec 2011 [cached]
Bergeron was officially named chief last night. ary Schwalm
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LAWRENCE - Thirty-five year Lawrence firefighter Jack Bergeron became the city's new fire chief, but not before a last minute attempt by City Councilor Marc Laplante to have the fire veteran take the chief's job without a contract last night.
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Bergeron, who loses his Civil Service protection by accepting the chief's job, said he would "absolutely not take the job without a contract.
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Lantigua nominated Bergeron for the position out of a 10-candidate pool saying Bergeron "cares about firefighters and understands his fiscal responsibility in the fire department."
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But pointing to other city department heads, including the Council on Aging director and veterans' affairs director, Laplante asked for Bergeron to be appointed without a contract, saying the accord is used as enticement to convince a qualified candidate to accept a job.
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Councilor Grisel Silva also said Bergeron deserved a contract.
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Councilors rebuffed Laplante's "no contract" proposal and later unanimously voted to appoint Bergeron, 59, as the new fire chief with a three year contract.
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Accepting the job will result in a slight increase to Bergeron's $115,983 annual salary.
Bergeron becomes the city's first fire chief with a contract and no Civil Service protection. At Lantigua's request, councilors approved removing the fire chief's job from civil service to expand the pool on potential fire chief candidates.
Turns out, the most qualified candidate was Bergeron, a deputy fire chief for the past 22 years who has served as acting fire chief in January 2011.
In a Nov. 15 memo to Lantigua, Bonet said Bergeron should be named permanent chief "for the stability of our fire department, to allow morale and motivation to increase, to limit the learning curve of this department operations to outside individuals and promote from within."
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"It's not their job to fund the fire department," Bergeron said.
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At-large Councilor Roger Twomey also applauded Bergeron, saying what matters most to him is if the "candidate is qualified for the job."
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Chief Jack Bergeron
Joined the fire department in 1976, named lieutenant in 1980, captain in 1987 and deputy chief in 1989. Was the department's senior deputy chief he was officially named chief last night.
Attended Lowell Technical Institute and Northern Essex Community College but lacks once credit for fire science degree. Has taught classes at the Massachusetts Fire Academy and is state-licensed construction supervisor.
Was endorsed for the job by retired Fire Chief Peter Takvorian who said Bergeron has "demonstrated outstanding command and communication skills" and is respected throughout the department.
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Bergeron, who is married with four grown children, is a Lawrence native who now lives in Methuen.
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