Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 9:34 am (Updated: July 24, 10:07 am)
Two requests by Bedford County’s fire and rescue department dominated the Board of Supervisors’ discussions Monday night.
One was a request by Jack Jones, the county’s chief of fire and rescue, for $80,000, to be transferred from the contingency fund for personal protection equipment for firefighters. According to Jones, the fire and rescue capital improvement plan (CIP) has had a line item for this equipment that has not been funded for four years.
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