Fruitland Area residents under the Fire Protection District will be voting April 4 on a Tax measure that would provide added revenue to pay for full-time staffing. If voted in the Fire Protection District would not only have quicker response times, but the cost of fire insurance for the residents would be lowered. The district levies a tax of 26.93 cents per $100 assessed valuation. Voters in the district are being asked to approve a 50-cent increase in the tax levy. A simple majority is needed for passage. 83% of voters that were surveyed said that they would support an increase in the tax levy.
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