MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WSAW) – The news that the referendum failed is not what members of the Marshfield Fire Department wanted to hear. Fire Chief Pete Fletty said the department received a record 4,100 9-1-1 calls last year but saw staff size shrink from 39 down to 36 people in the process. In the last decade, the City of Marshfield has seen a similar decline as calls for fire and EMS services increase by 55%, while still seeing staff decrease. Even though the referendum didn’t pass, some voters still saw the value in it. Marshfield resident Andrew Lundquist said, “Looking at…
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