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If I remember right the city is still collecting for fire services even after the merger that was suppose to be more efficient. I appreciate EJFR and it's firefighters and emt's and support them but maybe not their "strategic plan" which I'm sure is robust. 43% for fire and 53% for EMT is to rich for today. Go get the money back from the City that approved the union and got rid of most of the volunteers. I see nothing wrong with a union except when it excludes volunteers or allowing incident command..

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