The Central Yavapai Fire District Board (CYFD) met Monday in Prescott Valley at the Training Center, where there were far fewer spectators after the last very crowded meeting.
In the last meeting, the agenda items related to approving the development of a CYFD dispatch center died due to a lack of a motion, after listening to comments from the public from more than 30 people.
This week, only one person spoke, and that was Tom Steele, who requested a change in future meeting times.
However, Dennis Brown was sworn in as a new Engineer, and a bid for two Type 1 Engines was approved at an amount which came in at over $811,000.
And finally, the Board unanimously approved rescinding the Letter of Intent to Terminate Intergovernmental Agreement with Prescott Regional Communications Center (PRCC). This action ensures that CYFD will not start up a competing dispatch center in the immediate future, but will negotiate various issues with the PRCC as needed.