Gypsum Fire funding wins in a landslide

3rd May, 2016 by

By Randy Wyrick

GYPSUM — The third time was the charm for the Gypsum Fire District’s tax proposal.Gypsum voters approved the proposed property tax increase by a 2-1 margin, bringing desperately needed cash to their local fire district.This was the fire district’s third run at a tax increase in recent years. They lost by a 2-1 margin in 2012, and by just 70 votes in 2013.“Thank you to the community for believing in us. Now we can get to work and be the department they want us to be,” said Chief Justin Kirkland.The tax increase will mean another $400,000 a year, based on …

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