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Chad Petri

Chads from a little suburban community halfway between Baltimore and Washington DC known as Ellicott City, Maryland. After graduating college, he took his first job as the chief cook and bottle washer for a five radio station cluster in Rolla, Missouri. He's also worked in Danbury, Connecticut, Jacksonville, Florida and Sioux City, Iowa. Chad's very happy to be back where it's above 70 degrees almost year round. If you have any suggestions for different things he could do in the morning, he'd love to hear from you

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  • Mobile Fire Fighter’s Union Fires Back

    Mobile Fire Fighter’s Union Fires Back

    Monday, September 15 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-09-15 21:55:05 GMT

    Recently, the Public Safety Director talked about his goal to increase diversity in the Fire and Police Departments. Richard Landolt said “you don't want a fire truck going into a community with all white firemen on it that doesn't reflect on the community.” Some union members say they're offended.

    Recently, the Public Safety Director talked about his goal to increase diversity in the Fire and Police Departments. Richard Landolt said “you don't want a fire truck going into a community with all white firemen on it that doesn't reflect on the community.” Some union members say they're offended.


  • No Cowbell In Mobile Saturday

    No Cowbell In Mobile Saturday

    Friday, September 12 2014 10:02 PM EDT2014-09-13 02:02:50 GMT

    Mississippi State fans have been ringing cowbells in support of their team for ages. Under Sunbelt Conference rules the bells won't be allowed in the stadium during the game against the USA Jaguars.

    Mississippi State fans have been ringing cowbells in support of their team for ages. Under Sunbelt Conference rules the bells won't be allowed in the stadium during the game against the USA Jaguars.


  • Mobile Fire’s Diversity Problem

    Mobile Fire’s Diversity Problem

    Thursday, September 11 2014 5:43 PM EDT2014-09-11 21:43:49 GMT

    The new Public Safety Director wants to increase diversity at the Fire and Police Departments. Richard Landolt says he's starting with MFRD where white fire fighters make up a sizable majority.

    The new Public Safety Director wants to increase diversity at the Fire and Police Departments. Richard Landolt says he's starting with MFRD where white fire fighters make up a sizable majority.


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