By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh’s fire union president is still inflamed over plans to change the look of some of the city’s firetrucks.

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Union president Ralph Sicuro said that the city had plans to paint them gray – the same way it’s planning to paint the other vehicles.

However, Mayor Bill Peduto’s office says that was never in the works.

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Instead, it’s planning to take nine trucks out of service to detail the outside.

The union delivered a letter to Mayor Peduto and the city council on Monday saying it disagrees with any plan to take trucks out of service.

They called it unnecessary.

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The city says it won’t take any truck out of service for repainting – only for repairs.