Littleton fire chief to retire

  • Source: Nashoba Publications
  • Published: 06/09/2021 01:43 PM

Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski has announced that he will retire after 32 years of serving the Fire Department, eight as its top firefighter. Wodzinski started his fire career very young and worked his way up the ranks. Wodzinski enhanced Littleton’s department in many ways, he said. He helped bring about 24-hour staffing, paramedic level ambulance service, along with modern apparatus and equipment to the town — not to mention, a new fire station. Before working in Littleton, Wodzinski worked in Concord as a firefighter and remained there for 19 years. When Wodzinski was on the call department in Littleton working full time, it was not unusual for him to come in and out of six or seven times a day and then when the Concord Fire Department needed him, he was out the door to help, Deputy Fire Chief Thomas Clancy said.


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