COLUMBIA — The joint training exercises conducted this week by firefighters from the Boone County Fire Protection District and the Columbia Fire Department are the clearest sign yet of significant changes in the way the two agencies will share duties under a new pact that takes the place of the territorial agreement. The exercises this month focused on offensive fire attack training, which concluded Saturday with two more sessions.
New agreement results in increased cooperation between fire agencies
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