leaders are expected to vote on fire protection for unincorporated residents.
Monday, a recommendation to approve the proposed service delivery
agreement with the City of Albany for fire services was brought to the
commissioners. Their current agreement to pay the city of Albany 3.1-Million
dollars ends in June. The new agreement will be for the next five years at
3-8 million dollars. Fire officials say it's important to keep this agreement
"If you had a
fire in the unincorporated or special services fire district in the county,
nobody is going to respond. They have to actually start their own fire services
from scratch," said Chief James Carswell.
this will go into affect July 1st. Other special delivery agreements such as
code enforcement and recreation services will be voted on at their next meeting
on Monday, June 16, 2014.
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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