Albany's fire chief announces retirement

July 06, 2018 07:20 PM

Albany's fire chief is calling it a career. Chief Warren Abriel Jr. will retire on July 28.

Abriel served the city for the last 46 years. He'll be 70 next year -- the mandatory retirement age required by the New York State retirement system.

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Abriel says he decided to retire earlier so he could enjoy the summer.

The fire chief says he looked forward to work each day and will miss the job immensely.


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