Invest in your community and vote “Yes” for a new firehouse

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I would like to remind our community how important a Yes vote is for our District One Fire Dept. on Nov. 7th.

A yes vote should be thought of as an investment in the community, adding a better level of safety and health care for those who live in here or pass through.

Our firefighters serve the community unselfishly through hours of training as well as providing us with 24/7 coverage.

Please, when thinking of the new building, think of it as an investment into your home and personal safety.

The new building will improve response times and give our first responders a more efficient system to work with.

Keep our community safe and current with a Yes vote on Nov 7th.

Brynn Rotchford,

Osburn, Idaho

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