400 sign petitions to recall fire board

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Foes of training facility gather enough signatures to force election

By Sandy Barnes

In the past few weeks, more than 400 residents have signed petitions to recall the board members of the Evergreen Fire Protection District, said resident Paul Peil, who is involved in the effort.

"It went like wildfire," Peil said.

At least 300 verified signatures of district residents are needed to trigger a recall election.

Peil is one of three residents who have initiated the recall in protest of the board's decision to build a fire training facility at Evergreen Fire Station 2 in Bergen Park.

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