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Our Times: Orange County Communities

Tustin

March 06, 2000|Marissa Espino, (714) 966-5879

The City Council will review an alternate fire and paramedic service plan tonight upon the request of Councilman Mike Doyle, who says the plan would save money and offer more service to the community. "[The city] would have control," Doyle said. "We would have more firefighters, more fire equipment and twice as many paramedics dedicated to the city of Tustin."

Currently, the city contracts with the Orange County Fire Authority, comprising 21 cities and the unincorporated areas of the county, which pay for fire and paramedic service through property taxes.

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