High Springs Fire Department Feeling the Heat
High Springs Fire Department is taking heat from the city commission. In a meeting last night, Mayor Larry Travis brought up the possibility of extinguishing the city's department and pay Alachua County for their services. The idea was not on the agenda, and it is preliminary, but High Springs fire is already feeling the heat
The City of High Springs isn't the only place looking to make cuts with their fire department. On Tuesday, Levy County suggested trimming their departments resources. High Springs Fire Department has a history though, one that the chief says can't be replaced, no matter what the price tag.
No changes will be made in the near future. Mayor Travis says the idea is just an exploration into saving money.
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