West Yorkshire Fire Authority is meeting to agree 11 proposals of change to the fire service that will go out for 12 weeks public consultation. The changes are being described as the biggest the fire service have ever undergone.
The next meeting will be held on the 21st December, once the consultation period has come to an end. Potentially 17 jobs from support staff are currently at risk of compulsory redundancy, 200 other jobs will go through natural wastage.
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