Former Greene Fire Chief chasing a dream

GREENE – Speak to Scott Hubbard and you will know that he has the heart of a true public servant. Hubbard, 36, will be the Village of Greene’s newest part-time police officer when he graduates from the police academy in January.



Hubbard has 20 years in the fire service under his belt and was the village’s Fire Chief last year. He resigned from the post to pursue what he said is his life long dream of becoming a police officer.

“I’m chasing a dream,” said Hubbard. “This is something I’ve always wanted to do. I’m grateful that the chief has given me the chance.”

The former fire chief turned police cadet said he sees the opportunity to join the force as a way of giving back to the community and keeping it safe for both his own and other families.


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