COLUMBIA — After the release of an audit by the Homeland Security Department's inspector general that could result in the Boone County Fire Protection District having to return more than $750,000 to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, officials at the Fire District said they were optimistic that the agency’s day-to-day operations would be unaffected.
UPDATE: Fire District: Missouri Task Force One functional despite audit
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