Lacey Fire Chief Steve Brooks, center, talks with firefighters at the Mullen Road station. Lacey Fire and the Nisqually Tribe have come to an agreement on how much the tribe should pay to be served by the Fire Department.
Lacey Fire Chief Steve Brooks, center, talks with firefighters at the Mullen Road station. Lacey Fire and the Nisqually Tribe have come to an agreement on how much the tribe should pay to be served by the Fire Department. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Lacey Fire Chief Steve Brooks, center, talks with firefighters at the Mullen Road station. Lacey Fire and the Nisqually Tribe have come to an agreement on how much the tribe should pay to be served by the Fire Department. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

Nisqually tribe, Lacey Fire reach agreement on fee-for-service model

February 24, 2017 03:38 PM

UPDATED February 26, 2017 01:20 PM

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