Off-duty firefighters in Pierce County turned out across several communities Saturday in hopes of drumming up support for Proposition No. 1.
Voters will decide in the Feb. 13 special election whether or not to renew the operations and maintenance levy.
The levy was first passed in 2014, and if it's not renewed firefighters say it could lead to slower emergency response times throughout the county. "If the levy doesn't pass then Fire and Rescue District 21 will have to take a good look at where to make cuts because cuts will have to happen," Graham firefighter Jasper Stenstrom said Saturday.