Deal sparks frustration

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Interlocal agreement betwee Quincy, county set to expire


For the Times

Members of the Quincy City Commission and Quincy’s fire chief, Curtis Bridges, seemed heated up over the Interlocal Fire and Rescue Service Agreement between Gadsden County and the City of Quincy, which is set to expire Sept. 30. 

The Quincy Fire Department responds to all incoming calls, with 60 percent of those calls coming from county locations. So far, the Gadsden County Commission has proffered $1.5 million for the budget, with a 2 percent raise for fire service employees.

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