Supervisors have voted to spend $150-thousand to conduct an audit of the County Fire Department. Tuesday’s decision was met with skepticism by union leaders, but Fire Chief Brian Marshall told the board he favors the plan if it can provide constructive recommendations. The analysis begins right away and will take the remainder of the year to come up with ways for the department to run more efficiently. The plan will be presented to the board who will decide which recommendations to accept.

Sean Michael Lisle