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Fire fighters take cash but reject new contract

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Fowlers Bluff will collect $17,000 owed by the City of Chiefland

By Mark Scohier, Staff writer

An ongoing issue involving money owed to Fowlers Bluff Volunteer Fire Department by the City of Chiefland was resolved Monday night. Dr. Bob Mount, president of the FBVFD board, told commissioners the board, in a Saturday morning meeting, had accepted the City of Chiefland’s refund offer of $17,000—money left over from what Levy County originally allotted to FBVFD.  The commission originally made an offer of $14,331.99. “The money is all fine.  There’s just some verbiage that needs changed,” Mount told the Commission.


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