The thin red line: Increasingly idle fire stations a tempting target for cash-strapped cities
There are 1 comment on the National Post story from Feb 9, 2013, titled The thin red line: Increasingly idle fire stations a tempting target for cash-strapped cities. In it, National Post reports that:
Last month, city council in Kitchener, Ont., voted soundly to axe half a million dollars from the city's fire department budget after noting that its staff costs had leaped an incredible 22% in only five years.
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