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Chiefland will be signing on to another year of fire protection for the incorporated portion of Otter Creek.
Commissioners voted 4-1 Monday night to approve signing the contract, which has Otter Creek paying Chiefland about $479 a month for services, despite Chiefland Fire Rescue Chief James Harris saying the deal could leave the city vulnerable due to lack of manpower.
The city has only one full-time firefighter, at times, Harris said, and if that firefighter is called to Otter Creek it could spell disaster for Chiefland in case of an emergency.
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