Special Fire District

The County should not be using the General Fund or revenue generated by a new sales tax to fund CSA-F fire protection. Instead, the beneficiaries of the special district should bear the burden of its operational costs. Taking this approach would keep $1.3 million in the General Fund, ensure our rural areas have the fire protection they need and it would keep with the original intent of creating a self-sustaining district with a guaranteed funding source for fire protection.