New Mexico Professional Fire Fighters Association
What We Do
The NMPFFA is committed to frontline advocacy and service to IAFF Local affiliates, proudly organized for the common purpose of public safety and the well-being of fire fighters and their families.
Who We Are
Our membership is made up of hard working men and women the firefighters and emergency medical services personnel who know workers rights. Our Executive Board has more than 100 years of combined experience advocating for .
Who We Represent
The New Mexico Professional Fire Fighters Association develops strength through unity of its members. The Association shall work to encourage and promote the health, safety, advancement and protection of all members. It shall work to encourage organization of all fire fighters and emergency medical and rescue workers throughout the State. We promote the establishment of local unions affiliated with the
IAFF and provide assistance to them.Proudly Representing the Professional Firefighters of New MexicoPausedLatest NewsUpdate on: SB 62 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PAY CHANGES & SB 72 PERA SOLVENCY From Brother John Melia Hello everyone, Senate Bills 62 and 72 made if through the Public Affairs Committee, but we're a long way away from protecting our pension and getting credit for all of the hours that we are required to work.
Update on: SB 62 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PAY CHANGES & SB 72 PERA SOLVENCY
From Brother John Melia
Hello everyone, Senate Bills 62 and 72 made if through the Public Affairs Committee, but we're a long way away from protecting our pension and getting credit for all of the hours that we are required to work. The bills will be heard in the Finance committee this week (date and time still to be determined), so we need to show up to the State Capitol in huge numbers to show how important this is to us. If you can’t make it, at least reach out to the senators of that committee and let them know you support the reform that SB 62 and SB 72 provides. There are 12 senators on the Finance committee, and I'm asking you to reach out to all of them, or as many as you can. A little effort on your part goes a long way in letting them know what their constituents are thinking. I have provided their contact information below:
John Arthur Smith, Committee Chair. 575-546-49-79, email@example.com
George Munoz, Co-Chair, 505-7226570, firstname.lastname@example.org
William Burt, 575-434-1414, email@example.com
Pete Campos, 505-425-0508, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacob Candelaria, 505-847-5079, email@example.com
Roberto Gonzales, 505-986-4319, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gay Kernan, 505-629-8081, email@example.com
Steven Neville, 505-327-5460, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Rodriguez, 505-983-8913, email@example.com
Sander Rue, 505-899-0288, firstname.lastname@example.org
John Sapien, 505-765-5662, email@example.com
James White, 505-271-4746, firstname.lastname@example.org
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