Plans to close ten fire stations, scrap ten fire engines and lose hundreds of jobs from West Yorkshire's fire service took another step forward today as the controversial proposal was released for public consultation.
For the next twelve weeks people living in the county will have the chance to consider the cost cutting scheme devised to meet a budget that the government has slashed by millions of pounds.
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