Cal Fire and Madera County firefighters, along with a Sierra Ambulance crew, work to free a Bass lake woman trapped in her car in March 2013 after it plunged 100 feet down an embankment. The Measure L public safety sales tax would provide the county with 25 additional firefighters and nine sheriff’s deputies.
Cal Fire and Madera County firefighters, along with a Sierra Ambulance crew, work to free a Bass lake woman trapped in her car in March 2013 after it plunged 100 feet down an embankment. The Measure L public safety sales tax would provide the county with 25 additional firefighters and nine sheriff’s deputies. Sierra Star Oakhurst Staff Photo
Cal Fire and Madera County firefighters, along with a Sierra Ambulance crew, work to free a Bass lake woman trapped in her car in March 2013 after it plunged 100 feet down an embankment. The Measure L public safety sales tax would provide the county with 25 additional firefighters and nine sheriff’s deputies. Sierra Star Oakhurst Staff Photo

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Madera County has the same number of firefighters today it had in the 1920s. Vote ‘Yes’ on Measure L

February 28, 2017 4:42 PM

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