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The three Fire Boards meet today.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich finds nothing illegal about the CAFMA agreement.

It's a series of meetings for Chino Valley Fire District, Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority and Central Yavapai Fire District. Starts at 4 PM.

Almost 70% of the responses were to Emergency Medical Service calls.

Citizens express concerns over financial expenditures and legal representation on the Board.

As the CAFMA & CYFD Boards hurtle towards removing any significant public input, one taxpayer asks why.

Are the Fire Chief and Board Chairs attempting to stifle free speech? 

Even though the CAFMA and CYFD Boards refused to put Kuknyo on their agendas, he was still able to make his statement before the public. 

Board Chair Darlene Packard chooses not to add two agenda items requested by Directors Steele and Jacobs.

Has the CAFMA Agreement Overstepped the Law?

A look at concerns regarding the CAFMA structure.

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