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Judge dismisses fire department captains' lawsuit

A judge has dismissed the unfair pay lawsuit against the city of Savannah filed by 50 fire captains with Savannah Fire and Emergency Services.

The judge ruled Friday the captains are not due any money from the city following the lawsuit.

It claimed they aren't being paid in line with city policies and they are being paid as much as $20,000 less than newly promoted supervisors in the same position.

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