Budget woes loom over Upper Pine

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Budget woes loom over Upper Pine

Outside, inside forces prompt district to seek mill-levy increase
A new mill-levy may double the amount homeowners pay to the Upper Pine Fire Protection District. Bryce Claerhout with Upper Pine studies a tree before felling it during mitigation efforts last year in the Forest Lakes subdivision.
The Upper Pine Fire Protection District didn’t charge residents enough for fire-mitigations efforts, miscalculating the costs, district officials say. Holden Welch cuts a tree during mitigation earlier this year at the Deer Creek subdivision east of Bayfield. From left are Nick Werner, Dylan Hendricks, both with the Upper Pine Fire Protection District wildland crew.
The Upper Pine Fire Protection District wildland fire crew can be on the road on short notice to help fight wildland fires that break out near and far.

Budget woes loom over Upper Pine

A new mill-levy may double the amount homeowners pay to the Upper Pine Fire Protection District. Bryce Claerhout with Upper Pine studies a tree before felling it during mitigation efforts last year in the Forest Lakes subdivision.
The Upper Pine Fire Protection District didn’t charge residents enough for fire-mitigations efforts, miscalculating the costs, district officials say. Holden Welch cuts a tree during mitigation earlier this year at the Deer Creek subdivision east of Bayfield. From left are Nick Werner, Dylan Hendricks, both with the Upper Pine Fire Protection District wildland crew.
The Upper Pine Fire Protection District wildland fire crew can be on the road on short notice to help fight wildland fires that break out near and far.
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