Collier fire fees to be decided on August ballot
People living in two separate Collier County fire districts will decide Tuesday whether controversial taxes, which could have residents, businesses, and even some nonprofits, paying more for fire protection. Leaders with the North Collier Fire and Immokalee Fire Districts say they need to replace aging fire trucks, and make other improvements to keep up with their expanding roles as first responders, such as water rescues and training for active shooter situations.
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