Champion Fire Company final dissolution approved

The fate of the Champion fire station will be decided by the courts. Elaine M. Avallone/Johnson Newspapers

WEST CARTHAGE — During the July 6 Champion Town Board meeting, the Final Plan for Judicial Dissolution of the Champion Volunteer Fire Company was discussed. The State Supreme Court’s decision approved the resolution adopted last month by the town without change. Supervisor Bruce R. Ferguson requested that trustees Thomas Stewart and Matthew Gump execute the plan as approved in regards to distributing the company’s equipment assets.

All items not specified in the plan such as the request for a truck engine made by the Deferiet Fire Department will determined by the West Carthage Fire Department.

Creditors, who have been contacted by mail, may still submit a claim for payment.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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