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Bronson considers fire department merger

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By Carolyn Risner

In this corner you have more money, more equipment and a lower ISO rating.

In the other corner you have insurance liability, territory and details, details, details.

That was the scene Monday night as Bronson's town council listened to the beginnings of what may be a merger between its fire department and the now seemingly defunct fire department in Otter Creek.

Rick Lombardo, Bronson's fire chief, presented a draft of an agreement that could start the ball rolling toward combining the fire departments.


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