The votes are in for a proposed fee that would keep several Five Cities Fire Authority firefighters on the job. The fee would provide funding for the Five Cities Fire Authority, money that fire authorities say is badly needed.
Property owners let the Fire Board know how they feel about paying an additional $66 dollars each year during a public hearing Friday. April 4th was originally the final day to turn in the ballot for the measure, but a typo in the mail packet incorrectly stated April 18th. The board will accept ballots until the 18th.