NVDaily update: Fire, rescue volunteers could lose license
WOODSTOCK — A Shenandoah County volunteer fire and rescue group likely could lose its state license to provide service.
The Board of Supervisors learned Tuesday that state officials planned to let New Market Fire and Rescue’s license expire Friday after the organization’s volunteers failed repeatedly to comply with data reporting requirements.
After pleas from supervisors, the state officials agreed to give the volunteer organization 30 more days to comply with the license requirements. Supervisors also asked for the extension so the board can hold a meeting with representatives of the volunteer organization and New Market Town Council.
No one representing the volunteer organization attended the meeting, likely because they were not invited, one supervisor surmised.
Read more in Wednesday’s Northern Virginia Daily.