Tri-City Governing Board urges yes on Prop 310
Many of you may be seeing the red and white Prop 310 signs along the roadways when you have been out and about lately.
In 2020, 32.1 million people visited Arizona. The burden for providing emergency services to tourists falls to Arizona property owners, as Fire Districts are funded through property taxes. Prop 310 will shift a portion of that financial burden to visitors. Increased funding will allow for enhanced response time by upgrading and purchase of equipment for emergency medical and fire services as well as increased operational staffing levels.
The 1/10 penny sales tax is set to end in 20 years. If $10 is spent on lunch, Prop 310 will cost a penny. The goal is to appropriately fund Fire Districts, the one you live in and those that you and your loved ones pass through on the way to Phoenix, the White Mountains, the lakes and other destinations around Arizona.
For further information on Prop 310 please visit: voteyes310.com.
The Professional Firefighters Association (PFFA), Arizona Fire District Association (AFDA) and the Arizona Fire Chief Association (AFCA) are supporting Prop 310.
PROP 310 WILL HELP SAVE LIVES
PROP 310 WILL ENSURE FIREFIGHTERS AND PARAMEDICS ARE PREPARED FOR YOUR EMERGENCY
Please join us in voting YES on Prop 310.
Tri-City Fire District Governing Board
Mitchell Malkovich - Chairman
Franceen Gregovich – Clerk
Michael Benjamin – Member
Daniel Guthrey – Member
Frankie DalMolin – Member