A contract between the Transfer Fire Department and Pymatuning Township supervisors was unanimously approved Tuesday night, meaning township residents will no longer be without fire services.
The fire department executive board made the agreement with township supervisors late Monday night. It was officially approved on Tuesday during the fire department’s monthly meeting.
In return for receiving money from the township, the fire department has agreed to allow an outside company to perform a feasibility study. The study will focus on response area and equipment, among other things.
The Transfer Fire Department answered 394 calls and volunteered over 6,300 man hours in 2018.